double cross

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Synonyms for double cross

an act of betraying

Synonyms for double cross

an act of betrayal

betray by double-dealing

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24) In Operation Mincemeat, in which the Double Cross system played a far smaller role, the aim of the deception was to convince the Germans that the Allies planned to launch their Italian campaign with an invasion of Sardinia and Greece, rather than Sicily, which was considered the obvious target by both the Germans and the Allies.
A gem, we may say, Double Cross certainly is, albeit flawed.
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Double Cross is set around the time of the Second World War, and concerns two non-fictional Irishmen, Brendan Bracken and William Joyce, who tried to create alternative lives for themselves in order to obliterate their Irishness.
Juval Aviv is not the only participant in The Maltese Double Cross to have been charged with wrongdoing in the United States.
In addition to receiving acclaim for outstanding taste, Double Cross has also been recognized for its stunning bottle design, which was purposefully engineered to reflect the elegance of its contents and the nobility of its Slovakian heritage.
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Greg Burns has a double cross to bear as he used to work for Heart FM which, in more primitive countries, would be a crime punishable by a very painful exit.
A HIT man (Kiefer Sutherland) picks up a hitch-hiker (Melora Walters) and becomes embroiled in a web of lies and double cross.
The reunion came as Hasselhoff, whose character bowed out after an explosion on last season's Baywatch finale, saw his new role as a globe-trotting sleuth in Double Cross in jeopardy as international sales dropped.
A real-time algorithm for hair rendering using a polygon model, which was used in the real-time animation "Ruby: The Double Cross," appearing in the SIGGRAPH 2004 Computer Animation Festival.
In a double cross that takes a really long time to set up, Sara convinces Joe to switch sides and serve her good-for-nothing cattle rancher husband (Bruce Campbell) first, so she'll be entitled to more money.
The word double is meant in the sense of duplicity, so double cross means dishonestly about dishonesty.
amounts to a double cross of the union, the company's workers, and the Plymouth community.
In Miami, violence and gang wars ensue, and the two men (played by Marley and Benz) find out that the only ones who do not double cross them are the dead.