Examples of treachery in a Sentence
a tale of treachery and revenge
was furious that she revealed his secret and never forgave her for the treachery
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The one misgiving is the very ending, which seems less satisfying than the vile treachery of Gollum, now set for the opening of Return.
Manning’s treachery put American lives at stake and exposed some of our most sensitive secrets.
The company is still digging itself out of the economic hole created by Sowell's treachery.
Reason itself had become suspect; mutual tolerance was seen as treachery.
Dunbar growls, appalled as much by his own enfeebled state as by the apparent treachery of his two eldest daughters.
There is treachery in nostalgia, shame in a nation’s sins.
Pence refuses to learn from the treachery of the people around him.
Stories surrounding the Brazilian international were one of treachery and deceit, though likely exaggerated.
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Synonymsbackstabbing, business, disloyalty, double cross, faithlessness, falseness, falsity, infidelity, perfidy, sellout, betrayal, treason, two-timing, unfaithfulness
Antonymsallegiance, devotion, faithfulness, fealty, fidelity, loyalty, staunchness, steadfastness
Related Wordsabandonment, desertion; deceit, deception, double-dealing, duplicity, guile, two-facedness; fraud, informing, lying, snitching, talebearing, trickery
Near Antonymsdependability, reliability, trustworthiness; defense, protection, safeguard, shield
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