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treacherous
used in For Whom the Bell Tolls

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1  —1 use as in:
a scheming, treacherous assistant
Definition
guilty of betrayal or deception or likely to betray or deceive
  • Oh, the dirty, vile, treacherous sod.
    Chapter 35 (13% in)
treacherous = guilty of betrayal
There are no more uses of "treacherous" flagged with this meaning in For Whom the Bell Tolls.

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  • Muck all the insane, egotistical, treacherous swine that have always governed Spain and ruled her armies.
    Chapter 35 (55% in)
  • But certainly we execute and destroy such veritable fiends and dregs of humanity and the treacherous dogs of generals and the revolting spectacle of admirals unfaithful to their trust.
    Chapter 18 (86% in)
  • The smart, treacherous ugly bastard.
    Chapter 35 (17% in)
  • Oh, muck my grandfather and muck this whole treacherous muckfaced mucking country and every mucking Spaniard in it on either side and to hell forever.
    Chapter 35 (28% in)

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