- perfector press,
Origin of perfidious
Examples from the Web for perfidiousness
Third, Munayyer references Plan Dalet as an example of Zionist perfidiousness, a “military plan for the conquest of Palestine.”
And it must be practice first, that must make words credible, when the person by perfidiousness hath forfeited his credit.A Christian Directory (Part 4 of 4)|Richard Baxter
Saith Q. Curtius, Perfidiousness is a crime which no merits can mitigate.A Christian Directory|Baxter Richard
Sabine's eyes opened upon new vistas of man's perfidiousness.Cape Breton Tales|Harry James Smith
1590s, from Latin perfidiosus "treacherous," from perfidia (see perfidy). Related: Perfidiously; perfidiousness.