traitress


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Dalila, the classic "bad wife," is indicated by her husband as a "Traitress" (725), a "deceitful Concubine" (537), and a "specious Monster" (230), and is dismissed by the Chorus as a "manifest Serpent" (997).
Marwan also performed his song "Khaynah" (Traitress).
In the 19th century, the English church in Wales was commonly called Yr Estrones (the old foreign lady) and Yr Hen Fradwres (the old traitress) by the Welsh people.
In calling Barack Obama a "fraud" and Hillary Clinton a "traitress," Novick has shown that he cannot even work with the people on his side.
Scoundrelly patriots called her a traitress, the godly called her godless,