Synonyms for betrayal
|Grammar : Noun|
|Spell : bih-trey|
|Phonetic Transcription : bɪˈtreɪ|
Top 10 synonyms for betrayal
Définition of betrayalOrigin :
- 1816; from betray + -al (2). Earlier in the same sense were betrayment (1540s), betraying (late 14c.).
- noun exhibition of disloyalty
- noun divulgence of information
- There must be women there, and women meant screams, horror, betrayal.
- Extract from : « Way of the Lawless » by Max Brand
- And at this time Shakespeare has suffered Herbert's betrayal.
- Extract from : « The Man Shakespeare » by Frank Harris
- This marriage with Peggy, for instance, looks like a betrayal of her.
- Extract from : « Murder Point » by Coningsby Dawson
- "The Night of Betrayal" is presented in the form of a story within a story.
- Extract from : « The Historical Nights' Entertainment » by Rafael Sabatini
- If he had betrayed them, yet he had so contrived that they should not suffer by that betrayal.
- Extract from : « The Sea-Hawk » by Raphael Sabatini
- I shall run no risks of betrayal by engaging Bridgwater folk.
- Extract from : « Mistress Wilding » by Rafael Sabatini
- Miss Amabel's voice rose upon the horror of her own betrayal.
- Extract from : « The Prisoner » by Alice Brown
- My writing about Mr. Jones will not be the betrayal of a professional secret.
- Extract from : « The Goat-gland Transplantation » by Sydney B. Flower
- You have excuse for your betrayal, but your request I can not grant.
- Extract from : « Sir Henry Morgan, Buccaneer » by Cyrus Townsend Brady
- But, my Lady, I have a heart; a heart that would be broken by a betrayal.
- Extract from : « The Bramleighs Of Bishop's Folly » by Charles James Lever
Antonyms for betrayal
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