His treachery, however, had been skillfully concealed for years.
“Jon Huntsman Calls Obama Remarkable Before Plotting His treachery,” one of his latest headlines declares.
Immediately, the hardline settlers were quick to accuse their own elected officials of all sorts of treachery.
It has been well chronicled that Madoff did not limit his treachery to a few.
There is a short fuse and a certain explosion at the end of this piece of treachery.
I will not stop at treachery, which is more than a crime; nor at infamy, which is more than treachery.
He came a little toward the girl who had accused him of treachery.
The poet never could stand frying; he calls it, in 'Macbeth,' 'the young fry of treachery.'
It was not long before they had to pay a heavy penalty for their treachery and inconstancy.
Neither he nor any man could have suspected the scope of King James's treachery.