betrayer

[ bih-trey ]SEE DEFINITION OF betrayer

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BETRAYER

Such were in some measure the sensations of Imogen, upon the re-appearance of her betrayer.

Her distress was a new gratification and stimulus to her betrayer.

In vain she resisted his violence; in vain she strove to escape from her betrayer.

Would she have been guilty of a wicked action, then, if she had been his betrayer?

The betrayer of his trust was found dead in his room, slain by an unknown assassin.

He was her betrayer, her assassin, for he tried to slay her soul.

Edith, my husband—no, my betrayer, I ought rather to say—has deserted me!

But it is her mouth—at once her betrayer and her chief charm—that one loves.

He had no twin, a disobedient soldier, a liar and betrayer, as it was said he had.'

It means that I intend to rid the world of a base blackguard and betrayer of women!

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BETRAYER

traitor

nounperson who is disloyal
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