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synonyms for traitorously

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

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  • honestly
  • truthfully
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How to use traitorously in a sentence

Friendship is a wide portal, and sometimes admits love; had it served her traitorously in this?
THE SWORD OF DAMOCLESANNA KATHARINE GREEN
Directly at the entrance lay about 50 dead inhabitants who had been shot, because they had traitorously fired on our troops.
OUR PART IN THE GREAT WARARTHUR GLEASON
Heretofore they must have been traitorously below their duty, or now mutinously beyond it.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE -- VOLUME 55, NO. 340, FEBRUARY, 1844VARIOUS
The officer who had thus traitorously caught me bowed low and said, Hearing and obedience!
THE MERCY OF ALLAHHILAIRE BELLOC
It was neither studiedly cold, nor absurdly brief, nor traitorously tremulous.
ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 6, NO. 38, DECEMBER, 1860VARIOUS
For his death was much bewailing of every knight that ever was in Arthur's days, for he was traitorously slain.
STORIES OF KING ARTHUR AND HIS KNIGHTSU. WALDO CUTLER
Had Father Fouchard traitorously incited the man to take advantage of the girl?
THE DOWNFALLEMILE ZOLA
The tears swam traitorously into her eyes, and she bit her lip.
A BACHELOR HUSBANDRUBY M. AYRES
The one he attacked so traitorously, whom you drew from his hand, and whom we saved.
THE INDIAN SCOUTGUSTAVE AIMARD
He appeared to be a traveller traitorously shot by an Indian.
THE MISSOURI OUTLAWSGUSTAVE AIMARD
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WORDS RELATED TO TRAITOROUSLY

  • 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.

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