betrayer : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n one who reveals confidential information in return for money
- n a person who says one thing and does another
- Writing SF, he felt like a betrayer of his higher metier like a whore, and one who was underpaid and underappreciated.
- A long-lost 2nd century Gospel may portray Jesus' betrayer as closer to a hero than a heel.
- He was condemned by his peers as a betrayer of his class, not to mention a "Fascist hyena.
News & Articles
- Former CIA worker leaks National Security Agency data
Snowden the watchdog Since when is columnist David Brooks a psychiatrist? He fails to justify why the government listens to and tracks Americans’ phone and Internet activity [“Edward Snowden: betrayer of trust,” Opinion, June 12].Despite spending billions of U.S. dollars on securit
June 17, 2013 - Seattle Times
- George Galloway in East London Advertiser
Galloway, speaking on his Talksport BBC radio show, said: "It's going to be a battle of the Scots in the East End...... me standing in the tradition of Keir Hardie, him standing in the tradition of Ramsay MacDonald, the betrayer of everything Labour...
- Jonathan Lethem in Seattle Times
But as the band's "invisible betrayer and invisible angel at once," as Lethem describes her, she also feels dedicated to its progress.