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Treachery

Treach´er`y
n.1.Violation of allegiance or of faith and confidence; treasonable or perfidious conduct; perfidy; treason.
Be ware, ye lords, of their treachery.
- Chaucer.
In the council chamber at Edinburgh, he had contracted a deep taint of treachery and corruption.
- Macaulay.
Noun1.treachery - betrayal of a trust
2.Treacherytreachery - an act of deliberate betrayal
Machiavellianism, ambidexterity, artifice, bad faith, cunning, danger, deceitfulness, desultoriness, dirty pool, dirty trick, dirty work, dishonesty, double cross, double-dealing, doubleness, doubleness of heart, duplicity, faithlessness, falseheartedness, falseness, foul play, hazard, improbity, infirmity, insecurity, insolidity, instability, insubstantiality, low cunning, perfidiousness, perfidy, peril, perilousness, precariousness, risk, riskiness, sellout, shakiness, shiftiness, shiftingness, slipperiness, speculativeness, ticklishness, treacherousness, two-facedness, unauthenticity, unauthoritativeness, undependability, unfaithworthiness, unreliability, unsolidity, unsoundness, unsteadfastness, unsteadiness, unsubstantiality, unsureness, untrustworthiness, wile
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Trawlboat
Trawler
Trawlerman
Trawlnet
Trawlwarp
Tray
tray cloth
Tray-trip
Trayful
Trays
trazodone
trazodone hydrochloride
Treacher
Treacherous
treacherously
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Treachetour
Treacle
Treacle mustard
Treacle water
Treacly
Tread
tread down
tread on
Tread-softly
tread-wheel
Treadboard
Treader
Treadfowl
treading water
Treadle
Treadmill
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