traitor


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one who betrays

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a person who says one thing and does another

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As the death penalty for treason was not abolished until 1988, Blunt, named as a traitor by Margaret Thatcher nine years earlier, should, like Nazi propagandist William Joyce (Lord Haw-Haw), in 1946, have been designated his own drop zone on the gallows at Wandsworth prison.
Benedict Arnold is viewed by most as simply a traitor to the American Revolution, but in fact he was one of the most complex and intriguing people in history.
27, chanting "Death to Israel, death to America" and calling Abbas a traitor for attending the peace talks.
We all want to stay loyal to our clubs but you would almost have to be a traitor to turn down the chance to manage your country?
John learns that a traitor is on the loose--and it's up to him to find out who it is and to secure his father's release from debtor's prison.
Sam hopes to keep them alive while seeking proof that Lewis is a traitor and a killer.
When Carlos danced Limon's roles in The Moor's Pavane, Missa Brevis, and The Traitor, he brought these works to life with vibrant force, serving as the dramatic fulcrum around which the production revolved.
How can they accept the biggest traitor (Ken Livingstone) back and expect the ordinary members to accept it?
The traitor list begins with the word "Treason" underlined, and the following definition: "Violation of allegiance toward one's country or sovereign, especially the betrayal of one's country by waging war against it or by consciously and purposely acting to aid its enemies.
Before addressing delegates he told BBC Radio Ulster: "Any member of the DUP who would enter into dialogue, communications or making bargains with Sinn Fein would be looked upon by the DUP as a traitor.
It centered on the notion that since Ashcroft didn't use the word traitor it is completely unfair to characterize that statement as saying such.
I do not use the term traitor lightly, but in all of its despicable, loathsome meaning and, under Magna Carta and the Bill of Rights which are relevant today, traitors they are, all 391 of those MPs who voted to surrender another 39 areas of Britain's sovereign powers to a foreign potentate.
A friend of Ms Widdecome said: "Many Tories believe if Portillo wins, we will have a traitor at the very heart of the party.