Trying to build a one-state reality in the name of “inalienable rights and realpolitik” is treacherously dishonest.
I saw her treacherously dealt with by Indians who called themselves at peace.
Yet of this, my only remaining comfort, I was treacherously and cruelly deprived.
Some maintain that they are treacherously procrastinating this matter, but this has not frightened us as yet.
He jumped backward, exclaiming that I had wounded him treacherously.
He said that all they demanded was the Indian who had so treacherously injured the foreman of their gangs.
They fell upon us suddenly and treacherously, and butchered every one of my comrades.
The insurrections were put down and many of the brave captives were treacherously slaughtered.
One of the shallops had been, as it was believed, treacherously destroyed.
It became necessary for the allies to send a flag of truce to Odessa, the bearers were treacherously fired upon.
early 14c., from Old French trecheros (12c.), from trecheur, agent noun from trechier "to cheat, trick" (see trick). Figuratively, of things, from c.1600. Related: Treacherously; treacherousness.