perfidiousness


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Related to perfidiousness: excogitate
  • noun

Synonyms for perfidiousness

Synonyms for perfidiousness

betrayal of a trust

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which included "derogatory comments about the perfidiousness of
Indeed, the circumstances of the assault, involving perfidiousness and fire, can be associated with historic atrocities portrayed earlier in the film: the Shoah and the aerial bombings during the Second World War as well as the napalm attacks during the war in Vietnam.
FAR from being censured for using his internet connections to catch up with the latest goings on in The Archers radio soap, I think Dr Gibbon's novel way of avoiding having to listen to Morgan's inane ramblings down at the Palace of Perfidiousness is highly commendable.
Many stories of Nixon's perfidiousness are fairly well known, but Dallek does a commendable job of amplifying previous judgments with new material he has unearthed.
Brendell's torment following the perfidiousness of his Guild is predictable, comprehensible and quite plausible.