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The British, who ruled Palestine under a League of Nations mandate, were particularly perfidious.
The suspense with which Louis listened to this perfidious confederation, was almost insufferable.
He was Honour's self, till he brought the serpent to his bosom, in the shape of his perfidious son.
Perfidious Carnegie shrank from the task, having recently proclaimed the gospel of good will and harmony.
The artifice of his perfidious secretary was discovered and punished.
She had reached the perfidious age when a woman's beauty, like a full-blown rose, fades in a day.
FILE NO. 113EMILE GABORIAU
It was quite as well for England that he did not, for out of the resistance to his perfidious folly sprang the English Parliament.
He called Nino a perfidious traitor and a foolish viper, and an imbecile and the son of an imbecile.
THE DEVOURERSANNIE VIVANTI CHARTRES
Mr L—— is blind; he is infatuated; he is absolutely bereaved of judgment by a perfidious, ungrateful, and cruel wretch.
LEONORAMARIA EDGEWORTH
His relatives and friends then immediately set about requiting her with the just penalties of a perfidious breach of contract.

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