- This is not a democratic sport of the people, which has been betrayed by some money-grubbing traitors.
- My friend thinks we are traitors and sulks and snaps at us if we don't react to situations the same way she does.
- The liars, the traitors, the thugs, and the outlaws cannot be handed the destiny of a nation like India.
- Betray a group or person: she’d had the gall to deny she had turned traitorMore example sentences
- But there were other, subtler ways of turning traitor, and he felt her coming absence, looming two afternoons a week, as proof of that.
- One of the key prosecution witnesses at his trial was a trusted comrade who had turned traitor.
- Others have turned traitor, switching allegiances from synthesisers to guitars.
Middle English: from Old French traitour, from Latin traditor, from tradere 'hand over'.
tradition from Late Middle English:
A tradition is something passed on and comes from Latin from tradere ‘deliver’ formed from trans- ‘across’ and dare ‘give’. The abbreviation trad dates from the 1950s, usually in the context of jazz. Traitor (Middle English), someone who hands over things to the enemy, and treason (Middle English) the act of handing over, are from the same root.
Words that rhyme with traitorcater, crater, creator, curator, data, debater, delator, dumbwaiter, equator, fascinator, freighter, frustrater, gaiter, grater, gyrator, hater, later, legator, mater, negator, pater, peseta, plater, rotator, skater, slater, stater, tater, ultimata, understater, upstater, waiter
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