dangerously unstable and unpredictable
"treacherous winding roads"; "an unreliable trestle"
punic, perfidious, treacherousadjective
tending to betray; especially having a treacherous character as attributed to the Carthaginians by the Romans
"Punic faith"; "the perfidious Judas"; "the fiercest and most treacherous of foes"; "treacherous intrigues"
Deceitful; inclined to betray.
a treacherous mountain trail
Etymology: From treacher
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Faithless; perfidious; guilty of deserting or betraying.
Etymology: from treachery.
He bad the lion to be remitted
Unto his seat, and those same treacherous vile
Be punish’d for their presumptuous guile. Hubberd’s Tale.
Desire in rapture gaz’d awhile,
And saw the treach’rous goddess smile. Jonathan Swift.
like a traitor; involving treachery; violating allegiance or faith pledged; traitorous to the state or sovereign; perfidious in private life; betraying a trust; faithless
The numerical value of treacherous in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of treacherous in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Travel will be treacherous with some roads nearly impassable, have an emergency kit of blankets, food, water and flashlights if you must travel.
The women are always more treacherous than the men because even the main reason behind a cheating man is also often a woman only.
What we know about the social determinants of health that can impact through someone's lifespan is that children are best able to achieve their dreams and survive trauma when they have access to safety and support and have a loving adult in their life that can shepherd them through childhood, these families are undergoing this treacherous journey feeling that they have no choice but to seek safety for their families elsewhere.
Oh, treacherous night thou lendest thy ready veil to every treason, and teeming mischief's beneath thy shade.
He who did for the first time to go down on own knees to please a woman might be one of the most lecherous and treacherous persons of that time.
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- verräterisch, tückischGerman
- δόλιος, επίβουλος, ύπουλος, προδοτικόςGreek
- خیانت امیزPersian
- ненадёжный, преда́тельский, вероло́мный, непро́чный, кова́рныйRussian
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