In all my years and in all my trips over the southwest you are the first westerner to give me the double-cross.
I might have had sense enough to see he'd take the first chance to hand me the double-cross.
Well, then, would it be bad to play false with an escaped felon—to double-cross him?
"Beasley, he was giving you the double-cross," cut in Bo Rayner's cool voice.
Tried to double-cross me, and in the rough-and-tumble that followed he was more or less banged up.
If Lafe thought he could double-cross him in that manner, he had a few things to learn.
With which short, but sure, wire-pulling Mr. Vandeford opened his campaign to double-cross his own original plans.
It didn't seem possible that Bridge could be going to double-cross him.
Tried to double-cross me with a friend—but one that counted!
You threw me down and gave me the double-cross the other day, and now I've come back at you.
A betrayal or cheating of one's own colleagues; an act of treachery, often in an illicit transaction: The two suspected dealers were planning a double-cross
: I would never double-cross a pal
[1834+; fr the reneging on an agreement to lose, a cross, by actually winning]