verb (used with object)
IS YOUR DESERT PLANT KNOWLEDGE SUCCULENT OR DRIED UP?
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The moment early on in the film when someone she loves betrays her by slicing off her wings — ostensibly in order to “save” her — comes off like an excruciating form of conversion therapy.
Equating antifa with QAnon betrays how Facebook fundamentally doesn’t grasp the issue.Will Facebook’s QAnon crackdown succeed? What people are saying so far|Jeff|August 20, 2020|Fortune
The indigo labyrinths of the flies’ small intestines light up with fiery fuchsia in micrographs, betraying an ominous buildup of molecules that destroy DNA and cause cellular damage.
They must do everything, or they are betraying their kids, which forced them to race through the curriculum lest their kids are not ready.America’s Math Curriculum Doesn’t Add Up (Ep. 391)|Steven D. Levitt|October 3, 2019|Freakonomics
Betrayal…you can hear it…betraying the thing he loves for a cheap bit of film publicity.The Story Behind Lee Marvin’s Liberty Valance Smile|Robert Ward|January 3, 2015|DAILY BEAST
We all felt the betrayal not so much of the institution as of the man who had noisily and heroically put it on the map.
To a certain degree, there is an irrational sense of betrayal.
The worldwide panic over her new look is rooted in a sense of betrayal to the "be yourself" values that Bridget Jones embodied.
Guns, money, sex, and betrayal: Rarely do the news gods smile down on us with such charity.
Was there no fear of betrayal through the servants at Harmony?The Petticoat Commando|Johanna Brandt
The punishment for betrayal of secrecy was "the extreme penalty of the Law."The Sequel of Appomattox|Walter Lynwood Fleming
Yes; his trusted servant has betrayed him, and never did master more repent a trust, or suffer greater pain by its betrayal.The Death Shot|Mayne Reid
I—I failed you then; I fainted; I felt myself to blame for your betrayal.Angel Island|Inez Haynes Gillmore
It would be a betrayal of trust to yield to the solicitations of one party what you have undertaken to return to both.The Leavenworth Case|Anna Katherine Green