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traitorous

[trey-ter-uh s] /ˈtreɪ tər əs/
adjective
1.
having the character of a traitor; treacherous; perfidious.
2.
characteristic of a traitor.
3.
of the nature of treason; treasonable:
a traitorous act.
Origin
1350-1400
1350-1400; Middle English treterous, traytrous < Old French traitreus; see traitor, -ous
Related forms
traitorously, adverb
traitorousness, noun
nontraitorous, adjective
nontraitorously, adverb
nontraitorousness, noun
untraitorous, adjective
untraitorously, adverb
untraitorousness, noun
Synonyms
1–3. disloyal, treasonous, faithless.
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Word Origin and History for traitorousness

traitorous

adj.

late 14c., apparently from Old French traitreus (mid-13c.), from traitor (see traitor).

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