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treacherous
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The Two Towers
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  • "The treacherous are ever distrustful," answered Gandalf wearily.
  • and a dirty treacherous fool.
  • Yet a treacherous weapon is ever a danger to the hand.
  • They came upon many hidden pools, and broad acres of sedge waving above wet and treacherous bogs; but Shadowfax found the way, and the other horses followed in his swath.
  • You nasty treacherous creature.
  • But it is more treacherous than you are.
  • At last they came to the end of the black mere, and they crossed it, perilously, crawling or hopping from one treacherous island tussock to another.
  • And the steps were narrow, spaced unevenly, and often treacherous: they were worn and smooth at the edges, and some were broken, and some cracked as foot was set upon them.
  • He did not really fear that Faramir would allow Gollum to be killed, but he would probably make him prisoner and bind him; and certainly what Frodo did would seem a treachery to the poor treacherous creature.

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  • The road through Afghanistan’s Kabul gorge is even more treacherous than the Road of Death in Bolivia.
  • It’s a gorgeous beach, but the waves are treacherous in the water.

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