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See definition of perfidiously on Dictionary.com
  • as intreacherously
  • as inunscrupulously
  • as infalsely

synonyms for perfidiously

  • deceitfully
  • dishonestly
  • disloyally
  • unfaithfully
  • unscrupulously
  • treacherously
  • unscrupulously
  • maliciously
  • basely
  • crookedly
  • dishonestly
  • dishonorably
  • disloyally
  • faithlessly
  • falseheartedly
  • malevolently
  • roguishly
  • traitorously
  • underhandedly
  • unfaithfully
  • behind one's back
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antonyms for perfidiously

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  • faithfully
  • harmlessly
  • honestly
  • loyally
  • safely
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    How to use perfidiously in a sentence

    How dreadful, then, is it for sinners to speak to God perfidiously!
    THE ORDINANCE OF COVENANTINGJOHN CUNNINGHAM
    Among these captives was young Gustavus Vasa, who, thus perfidiously taken, was cruelly confined.
    HISTORICAL TALES, VOL. 9 (OF 15)CHARLES MORRIS
    For it was long believed that Delauney had admitted the people into the first court, and then had perfidiously shot them down.
    LECTURES ON THE FRENCH REVOLUTIONJOHN EMERICH EDWARD DALBERG-ACTON
    The Baron could, by a single word perfidiously repeated, injure him very much with Alba's mother.
    COSMOPOLIS, COMPLETEPAUL BOURGET
    On the testimony of his own letters it is clear he did not mind how tortuously and perfidiously he worked.
    SIR WALTER RALEGHWILLIAM STEBBING
    (Perfidiously to the Marchioness) Look out, you know he's becoming dangerous for you.
    THREE PLAYSLUIGI PIRANDELLO
    Perfidiously, they only sought time to regain their strength.
    HARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, NO. XXVII, AUGUST 1852, VOL. VVARIOUS
    Frederic's conscience told him that he had acted perfidiously and inhumanly towards the Queen of Hungary.
    CRITICAL AND HISTORICAL ESSAYS, VOLUME III (OF 3)THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY
    In this action the Tripolitans thrice hauled down her colors, and thrice perfidiously renewed the conflict.
    THRILLING NARRATIVES OF MUTINY, MURDER AND PIRACYANONYMOUS
    Upon his return to Athens she accompanied him as far as the island Naxos, where the ungrateful wretch perfidiously left her.
    THE STANDARD CANTATASGEORGE P. UPTON
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    WORDS RELATED TO PERFIDIOUSLY

    • basely
    • behind one's back
    • crookedly
    • dishonestly
    • dishonorably
    • disloyally
    • faithlessly
    • falseheartedly
    • malevolently
    • maliciously
    • perfidiously
    • roguishly
    • traitorously
    • treacherously
    • underhandedly
    • unfaithfully
    • unscrupulously
    Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.