double-cross[ duhb-uh l-kraws, -kros ]SEE DEFINITION OF double-cross
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DOUBLE-CROSS
I might have had sense enough to see he'd take the first chance to hand me the double-cross.
The only one who didn't give me the double-cross out and out.
He wouldn't "double-cross" the "Gink" or anyone else for money, see?
I should have been forced to double-cross my boss, and I'd have hated it.
The islander had tried twice to-night to give him the double-cross.
Cookie was a willing rascal and a natural adept at the double-cross.
Instead, he got the double-cross after he had sent his ultimatum to England.
But it isn't really wise to double-cross your friend and partner.
Well, she tried to double-cross me and that dont pay, Denby.
"Beasley, he was giving you the double-cross," cut in Bo Rayner's cool voice.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DOUBLE-CROSS
- beat out of
- cross up
- impose upon
- lead on
- play joke on
- pull fast one
- put on
- suck in
- take advantage of
- take for
- take for ride
- take in
- take to cleaners