Origin of traitorous
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1–3. disloyal, treasonous, faithless.
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Examples from the Web for traitorous
On The Patriot Factor, she writes that she was banned because she tells the truth about the “corrupt and traitorous Obama regime.”‘Freedom From Facebook’ Wants Conservatives to Boycott This July 4
July 3, 2013
As a ghost, Brie watches her friends throw souvenirs from her traitorous boyfriend into a beach bonfire.The Problem With Dead Narrators: ‘The Catastrophic History of You and Me’
April 26, 2012
But in the all-or-nothing world of hyper-partisans even trying to transcend political labels is a traitorous act.My War With Rush Limbaugh
December 16, 2010
He felt mean and traitorous, a Benedict Arnold on a small scale.The Woman-Haters
Joseph C. Lincoln
They were applauding the prisoner's traitorous actions, and welcoming him to Omega.The Status Civilization
These men are as foolish as they are traitorous in their cry for the Union as it was.
And, if I remember, he alluded to me as a traitorous tamperer with the Army.
He was accused of making a traitorous remark and dismissed from the service.A Portrait of Old George Town
Grace Dunlop Ecker
Word Origin and History for traitorous
late 14c., apparently from Old French traitreus (mid-13c.), from traitor (see traitor).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper