Betrayal


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Betrayal

See also Treachery.
Judas Iscariot
apostle who betrays Jesus. [N.T.: Matthew 26:15]
Proteus
though engaged, steals his friend Valentine’s beloved, reveals his plot and effects his banishment. [Br. Drama: Shakespeare Two Gentlemen of Verona]
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Your betrayal may no longer seem relevant to you but it is to her, and if she is upset and angry I get it - and so should you.
The violation of positive expectations and trust relationships or the breaking of implicit and explicit promises lead to feelings of betrayal and precipitate a desire to punish the betrayer (Koehler & Gershoff, 2003).
A very small group of people have tried to misuse, for their ulterior motives, his reference to the historical background of betrayal of Judah, he said in a statement issued here.
However, the final betrayal comes from Claire herself, who is actually Ciara's niece.
And on late Monday, two Marcos loyalists, Oliver Lozano and Melchor Chavez have gotten the ball rolling for the impeachment of Robredo, with their six-page complaint anchored on the grounds of culpable violation of the Constitution, acts of injustice, and betrayal of public trust arising from Robredo's video message to the United Nations Commission on Narcotics criticizing the Duterte administration's bloody war on drugs.
He continued: "On the day when the Prime Minister is painting herself as the champion of patriotism and all of Britain, we are astonished to learn of this betrayal of the British steel industry, and of our steel workers.
In her 1996 book, Betrayal Trauma: The Logic of Forgetting Childhood Abuse, Jennifer J.
PULLING a defence contract from shipbuilders on the Clyde would be a gross betrayal.
Their professional and romantic lives drive them in different directions and a betrayal pushes them further apart - but both are soon drawn into the civil war sweeping the country.
Vacuity posing as merriment, cynicism posing as savviness, a wink and smile covering for betrayal.
Other than that, the crime scene was the same, the word BETRAYAL carved into her chest.
Mrs Onwurah told MPs: "Newcastle is home to some of the most passionate football fans in the world, and the re-election of Sepp Blatter is a betrayal of that passion.