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treacherously

[ trech-er-uhs-lee ]
/ ˈtrɛtʃ ər əs li /
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adverb
in a way characterized by faithlessness or betrayal; traitorously: Darius of Persia was treacherously wounded by two of his own officers.
in a way that is deceptive, untrustworthy, or unreliable: This peak looks treacherously easy, but it has seen a recurrence of avalanches.
in a way or to a degree that is dangerous; hazardously: He refused to go faster than 25 mph on the treacherously winding and narrow Wildwood Road.
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