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used in Red: The Heroic Rescue

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betraying someone or something — typically betraying one's own country

(in this context, to betray is to not be loyal—often by helping enemies)
  • We believe the best way to deal with him is now, to make an example of any such treasonous talk.
    Chapter 9 (94% in)
  • Peace with them is treason against Elyon!
    Chapter 10 (92% in)
  • Well then, let's see how far treason gets us.
    Chapter 10 (94% in)
  • If we live to fight another day, we will drag him through his treason.
    Chapter 10 (96% in)
  • Treason?
    Chapter 12 (31% in)
  • To look at him riding with such confidence and being so worshiped, one would think he had been a king from the ancient stories instead of a forest vagabond who'd abandoned the Guard and now spoke of treason.
    Chapter 16 (95% in)
  • It hardly mattered in the end, because either way it was definitely the face of treason.
    Chapter 16 (98% in)
  • Treason.
    Chapter 17 (86% in)
  • You do realize that to conspire with the Horde has always been treasonous to us?
    Chapter 18 (29% in)
  • You speak treason against Elyon!
    Chapter 18 (35% in)
  • The festivities that night had been more dissension than celebration-a strange mix of exuberance by those who believed that Justin was indeed destined to deliver them from the Horde with this peace of his, and animosity by those who argued vehemently against any such treasonous betrayal of Elyon.
    Chapter 19 (25% in)
  • Just as importantly, they weren't conspiring with the Horde, which would be treason.
    Chapter 23 (52% in)

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