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Definition of betray:

  1. To deliver into the hands of an enemy by treachery or breach of trust; to prove unfaithful to, as a trust; to disclose treacherously what has been instrusted for secrecy; to expose to injury by violation of confidence; to deceive; to mislead; to discover; to show.

Common misspellings for betray:

betrey.

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Examples of usage for betray:

  1. I felt my heart sink and dreaded lest I should betray my feelings. –  by
  2. The number and extent of these observations, he will, of course, confine within the narrowest limits consistent with his important duty of making his countrymen acquainted with the style and character of Russia's greatest poet; a duty which he would certainly betray were he to omit to explain the chief points indispensable for the true understanding, not only of the extracts which he has selected as a sample of his author's productions, but of the general tone and character of those productions, viewed as a whole. –  by
  3. I’ ve no right to betray her, and least of all to you. –  by

Quotes for betray:

  1. You can never betray the people who are dead, so you go on being a public Jew; the dead can't answer slurs, but I'm here. I would love to think that Jesus wants me for a sunbeam, but he doesn't.
  2. I like animals because they are not consciously cruel and don't betray each other.
  3. In politics it is necessary either to betray one's country or the electorate. I prefer to betray the electorate.
  4. When lovely woman stoops to folly, and finds too late that men betray, what charm can soothe her melancholy, what art can wash her guilt away?
  5. The chief internal enemies of any state are those public officials who betray the trust imposed upon them by the people.

Rhymes for betray:

  1. bay, bey, bray, ca, cay, clay, day, de, dray, drey, fe, fey, flay, fray, frey, gray, grey, hay, jay, lay, lei, ley, may, mei, nay, ne, neigh, ney, pay, paye, pei, play, pray, prey, quay, ray, re, say, se, shay, slay, sleigh, spray, stay, stray, sway, tay, tray, trey, way, wei, weigh, whey, wy, yay, yea, ay, blay, brae, dey, fay, haye, hey, j, k, they, wey, wray, cray, che, kay, rey, shea, jae, rae, kaye, klay, daye, faye, graye, jaye, raye, gaye, maye, mae, ae, sta, sze, tae, dae, nej, waye, khe, mey, vey, saye, brey, gway, hwe, lait, quai;
  2. abbe, allay, array, astray, away, ballet, belay, beret, bombay, bouquet, buffet, cache, cafe, calais, cathay, chalet, cliche, convey, crochet, croquet, da, decay, defray, delay, dismay, display, dossier, essay, filet, fillet, ga, ha, halfway, hooray, manet, millay, monet, moray, obey, okay, parquet, passe, portray, prepay, puree, purvey, repay, replay, risque, saute, soiree, sorbet, souffle, survey, today, toupee, valet, olay, jose, mccrea, rene, renee, beauvais, delray, macrae, gervais, hervey, levey, mckay, o'shea, ole, sergei, dk, oj, ek, nikkei, asay, carre, b-j, mcveigh, mackay, nisei, hurray, orsay;
  3. attache, cabaret, cabernet, dak, disarray, disobey, faberge, fiance, ira, lyonnais, monterey, monterrey, overplay, overstay, piaget, underplay, underway, perrier, uva, aaa, bouvier, ita, bua, jna, cea, bta, chevrolet, ekk, intraday;
  4. cabriolet, communique, naivete, noaa, asea, foia, ceta, hiaa;
  5. waga;
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