Lisa considers me a traitor to the very essence of America, providing a helping hand to those in genuine need.
For his complicity Murmelstein has forever been branded a traitor, but for him the decision was a no-brainer.
The whites would have called me a traitor, the blacks might have accused me of stealing their knowledge.
Her detractors can and often do paint her as a traitor—as an enemy of Israel in disguise, and more.
How an It-girl went from celebrity Kremlin insider to ‘traitor’—all for her public criticisms of the Russian president.
Besides, what of the traitor who induced the tribesmen to attack us?
There was what they called a traitor on the New York, the Yankee's flagship.
The money given to the traitor by the Germans was found on his body.
You've sold yourself, and I have no brother who is a traitor.
He proclaimed this fact; and he should think himself a traitor to his country, not to proclaim it.
c.1200, from Old French traitor (11c.), from Latin traditorem (nominative traditor) "betrayer," literally "one who delivers," from stem of tradere "deliver, surrender" (see tradition). Originally usually with a suggestion of Judas Iscariot.