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Her eyes, for a moment, fixed themselves with a horrid conviction of a wide and nameless treachery.
A hundred more had been taken during the night fighting, but there was treachery and some of those were killed.
And if we did that, they would employ their usual treachery and evil methods, as they generally do.
Lead on,” said Frank, sternly, “and remember that I shall not hesitate to strike at the first sign of treachery.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
As for Lyndaraxa, her repeated and unparalleled treachery can only be justified by the extreme imbecility of her lovers.
He would point out that it had never been proved that the destruction of the Maine was really due to Spanish treachery.
THE DOUBLE FOURE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
Treachery was at work, and the blow we least feared fell with a heavy hand at last, and dispersed us.
CONFESSIONS OF A THUGPHILIP MEADOWS TAYLOR
It disposes of the vulgar and foolish accusations of treachery launched against her by the writers of the Reformation.
CATHERINE DE' MEDICIHONORE DE BALZAC
Here at last our travellers were destined to experience the treachery of an Alaskan river.
I do not know you; I see you to-day for the first time, and, excuse my frankness, it is to arrange an act of treachery.
THE BORDER RIFLESGUSTAVE AIMARD

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