false-hearted

[ fawls-hahr-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF false-hearted
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To Alden, who knew the false-hearted beauty so well, all this was surprising.

It was that false-hearted woman gave you these precious maxims.

Then the Khan set his hounds upon us, for he was mad and false-hearted.

Magnus, it is impossible to deny that the male sex—lords and all—are most dreadfully deceitful and false-hearted.

So all pitied the poor Vicar, despised his uppish, false-hearted wife, and most hated the young squire.

For Athalbrand, as I learned afterwards, was a scheming and a false-hearted man.

The false-hearted Ferdinand forgot not that he had been the right arm of the Angevine party.

While he was in this state of love-lorn blindness the false-hearted knight Sir Mordred rode up with purpose to joust.

Marry, it is my poor friend Louis Sprenger; and I'll never be so false-hearted as to deny my bachelor.

Here was the son of the false-hearted savage who had accepted his money, agreed to do his work, and then turned against him.

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