The American Spectator proclaimed: “It is unlikely Republicans shall soon forget your perfidious betrayal.”
The new pope soon struck the phrase “perfidious Jews” from the Easter liturgy.
Only then can they happily resume their perfidious business as usual.
Hatto is said to have been ambitious, heartless, and perfidious, as well as cruel towards the poor.
He is an agent of perfidious Normandy; he is under the pay of foreigners.
We shall have perfidious Albion caught in her own noose, as you shall see.
The perfidious wretches then rushed forward, with gleaming knives.
Arguments, introducing the story of the Sussex county farmer who was discouraged because his wife was perfidious.
This is the reason that perfidious girl so boldly took his part!
I myself have written this: have a care to whom thou givest it to read: trust no Moor, for they are all perfidious.