betray[ bih-trey ]SEE DEFINITION OF betray
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BETRAY
He resolved to pretend to be dumb, and he charged Terence not to betray him.
His answer gave me a little start, but I did not betray myself.
Nay, that foot has no fellow in the wilderness; it will betray her.
If Heman felt any surprise at her knowledge of his purpose, he did not betray it.
Have I not confided to thee, and dost thou not desert me—nay, perhaps, betray?
I warned you how it would be,—your own selfishness will betray and ruin you.
He never remembered to have seen Hamish betray so much emotion.
Moreover, the light might betray her, as Jacob was dogging her steps more than ever.
She knit her brow for a second—but she did not betray an instant's indecision.
I did little think that the good Bishop would so betray his friends.