Treachery

Antonyms of TREACHERY

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  1. It was plain from his voice that he meditated no treachery. "Flowing Gold" by Rex Beach
  2. My Lord Essex did most of the talking, and Mr. West; and I could see that they were shewing me off, as a new capture, and one on whose treachery to them their hopes might turn. "Oddsfish!" by Robert Hugh Benson
  3. The opening of all these letters, which he was not at other times in the habit of looking at, annoyed him extremely; but as I neither wished to carry the joke too far, nor to remain in the disagreeable position in which Joseph's treachery had placed me, I determined to bring the matter to a conclusion. "The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte" by Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton

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