double-crossing double-crossing


  • (n) an act of betrayal


  1. All scamper off in search of the titular 39 clues, aiding and double-crossing and feuding with each other all the while.
  2. For more than 40 days, according to his telegram, General Ma has been double-crossing everyone with a skill and success unrivaled even among heathen Chinese.
  3. Immediately thereafter he put on an exhibition of double-crossing unrivalled even among the Chinese.


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  1. "He's double-crossing us," Wilkinson said. "He promised in the election that he would support going east-west first and cancel the project."
    on Sep 12, 2008 By: Marianne Wilkinson Source: Nepean This Week

  2. Hebner told Hart "I swear on my kids lives that I'd quit my job before double-crossing you."
    on Sep 23, 2008 By: Earl Hebner Source:

  3. Very recently, during Holy Week, Pope Benedict XVI said that Judas was "a liar, a double-crossing man who did not care about the truth and refused love. He valued Jesus less than power. Love did not matter. He was greedy; money was more important...
    on Apr 28, 2006 By: Pope Benedict XVI Source: B.C. Catholic Newspaper

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