double-crossing

NOUN
  1. an act of betrayal
    he gave us the old double cross
    I could no longer tolerate his impudent double-crossing
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How To Use double-crossing In A Sentence

  • I hope this will change their mind about double-crossing me.
  • How did I know that she wasn't double-crossing Jacob and me?
  • I knew all along he was double-crossing us all from the beginning.
  • Well, if there's anything that Ken hates more than double-crossing, back-stabbing business partners, it's big band music.
  • The informant had a plan of double-crossing us from the beginning, and sold us out to some civilian from this area.
  • They have all the elements of a gripping yarn: good guys, bad guys, double-crossing, starlets, money and power.
  • When they think someone is double-crossing them they don't have to apply judge's rules and prove it beyond reasonable doubt.
  • After double-crossing her collaborators, she finds herself desperate to find a passport to get out of France.
  • Well, if there's anything that Ken hates more than double-crossing, back-stabbing business partners, it's big band music.
  • Do not feel that by doing this you are double-crossing Emily Post.
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