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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

A person who says one thing and does another, or someone who is not loyal to their country, friends, or beliefs.

Usage examples (35)
  • A jury too often has at least one member who is more ready to hang the panel than the traitor.
  • I gave the legal definition of the term traitor, and all the elements involved.
  • Mr. Jarniman, I hear, thinks it what he calls a traitor in the camp.
  • There was what they called a traitor on the New York, the Yankee's flagship. for more
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