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  • EN [ ˈtretʃəri]
  • US [ ˈtrɛtʃəri]

English definition


  • 1. betrayal of a trust

  • 2. an act of deliberate betrayal

Example sentences

  • Also the present situation was not so serious if treachery did not reach so high.

  • Treachery lurked behind his smooth manners.

  • He was eventually brought to book for his treachery.

  • I've very good mind to shake you severely, for your contemptible treachery, and your imbecile conceit.

  • I am greased with falsehood and treachery.

  • It is a treachery of one's own body.

  • Mystery and perhaps treachery surrounds the couple's death.

  • Because treachery can't be forgiven.

  • His behavior smacks of treachery.

  • Innumeracy, and inability to understand accounts that have become misleading to the point of treachery.

  • They tried to protect themselves against his possible treachery or both of course.

  • There could be no question of treachery. The meeting would be safe as a wedding.

  • His treachery led to the capture and imprisonment of his friend.

  • His act is next door to treachery.

  • No ! He knows I'm with you, so am tainted by your treachery.

  • The difference between heresy and treachery is ignorance.

  • The North Korean regime chose to present this change of mind as an act of treachery.

  • I think the higher the office these types hold, the greater their treachery.

  • Secretly giving supplies to the enemy is treachery.

  • And Joram turned his hands , and fled, and said to Ahaziah, There is treachery , O Ahaziah.

  • I can't stand your treachery and lies!

  • Now, when all the questions have been answered deceptions exposed, Biara has once more committed treachery.

  • Still we have our limits beyond which we call dissimulation treachery.

  • an act of treachery

  • He was deeply wounded by the treachery of close aides and old friends.

  • Crook had resigned his post rather than be party to such treachery.

  • Treachery was the ultimate sin.

  • He was deeply wounded by the treachery of close aides.


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