- tre corde,
- treacle mustard,
Origin of treacherous
Examples from the Web for treacherous
Big scary Transformer-like robots with heads ablaze that frighten the kids back across the treacherous desert?The So-Called Immigration Border Crisis Is Neither|Sally Kohn|July 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Treacherous thatched-roof-haired drag-queen Linda Tripp, with those dress-for-success shoulder pads?
Unsurprisingly, treacherous murmurings are starting to be heard again of the crown skipping a generation.How 2012 Turned Into a Very Bad Year For Prince Charles|Tom Sykes|November 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The place where the Constitution meets religion and race remains a treacherous cultural battleground.The Constitution and the Candidates: Race, Religion, Romney, and Ryan|Akhil Reed Amar|August 19, 2012|DAILY BEAST
To resist such a project is a treacherous endeavor more akin to a marathon than a sprint.
His stabs are delivered like those of a bravo, who hides his face as he deals his treacherous blow.Flowers of Freethought|George W. Foote
It is a treacherous, dishonest weapon, to be sure; but have I been frank and honest?Within an Inch of His Life|Emile Gaboriau
The barge in which Agrippina was thus invited to embark, was the treacherous trap that Anicetus had contrived for her destruction.Nero|Jacob Abbott
Another thing, little old churches look easy, but they're apt to be treacherous.Careers of Danger and Daring|Cleveland Moffett
The treacherous enemy having broken the armistice, the burning of the Palace-castle of Chapultepec followed soon arter.The Guerilla Chief|Mayne Reid
early 14c., from Old French trecheros (12c.), from trecheur, agent noun from trechier "to cheat, trick" (see trick). Figuratively, of things, from c.1600. Related: Treacherously; treacherousness.