Prepositions after "betray"
betray by, in, to, at or for?
|In 86% of cases betray by is used|
|I never felt betrayed by India.|
|I have to say that I feel betrayed by Thaksin.|
|On the other hand, I feel betrayed by my own words.|
|It failed when the plot was betrayed by a lower ranking member of the conspiratorial circle.|
|A few days later she was betrayed by Kwame Tua and was finally arrested by the British soldiers.|
|I felt betrayed by readers who bought used books, or who didn't buy books by writers of color at all.|
|Those in the local community who lost fathers, husbands or sons during the conflict felt betrayed by Harold's stance.|
|So children will figure it out on their own, and I don't think any kid feels particularly betrayed by the whole business.|
|Now one may feel betrayed by Wilde's implicit volte-face but this backdoor compromise is the mark of someone who thought deeply.|
|In 1% of cases betray for is used|
|Let us not behave like ostriches anymore! Buddhism can not be betrayed for money.|
|In 1% of cases betray of is used|
|Three extensive traditional Islamic stories of Jewish enmity towards Islam and betraying of Muhammad, are told.|
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