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Synonyms for betray

Synonyms for betray

to be treacherous to

to cause to accept what is false, especially by trickery or misrepresentation

Synonyms for betray

deliver to an enemy by treachery

disappoint, prove undependable to


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be sexually unfaithful to one's partner in marriage

give away information about somebody

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There is no place for betrayers in politics," he said.
Prophet Mohammad and Islam are innocent of all the betrayers and those who killed, detonated anyone who was in different of their opinion," the Minister said.
Lawyer Murat ErgE-n claimed that those individuals whom he said collaborated with the crime gangs are not patriots but betrayers of the nation, adding that there are some power centers in Turkey and abroad that want to redesign the TSK in line with their own views.
This insight allows us to be more objective and less likely to accept the Communist propaganda that regards them as betrayers of the nation.
98) receives a fine reading by Rene Auberjonois whose spirited voice lends drama and action to the story of a special agent who discovers his wife was murdered--and who seeks revenge and her betrayers.
So the unity and Democracy will be for ever ,no place for betrayers.
Can we also ban the cutting and plucking of eyebrows, the straightening of hair, and the amount of time these imposers, seducers and betrayers into marriage spend talking on their mobile phones?
I pray that may Allah protect this beloved country and its leadership from betrayers.
This sounds to me like what Jesus does for his betrayers whenever we gather around word and table.
Jesus ministered to and included in his inner circle prostitutes, betrayers, males, females, the wounded and imperfect.
Casting off the weight of the Democratic Party hacks and betrayers, we should struggle alongside our allies to move toward full equality.
It's a performance with a double meaning, one for the audience, another for her betrayers.
com, allows people to post names and photographs of betrayers and offers tips on how to spot infidelity.
On October 23, the Canadian Jewish News (CJN) published an analysis by its reporter Ron Csillag, who quoted one critic saying that while the movie is not quite on a par with a movie adaptation of the Protocols of the Elders of Zion (Ed: a vicious anti-Semitic tract from the nineteenth century), the film clearly presents Jewish authorities as the betrayers of Jesus and the primary instigators of his crucifixion.
Throughout the investigation into the scandal, reporters portrayed the eight White Sox players as traitors to the game and betrayers of American values.