- v. Simple past tense and past participle of betray.
- betray + -ed (Wiktionary)
“This gentle and friendly being with the grateful soft voice and grateful soft eyes had betrayed -- _betrayed_ him!”
“Her eunuch came forward from the shadows to listen to his mistress, and if he was surprised, his expression betrayed nothing.”
“Charlie Hall made certain his expression betrayed no emotion, even though he wanted to slug his boss for being so heartless.”
“His expression betrayed no surprise, no emotion whatsoever.”
“As was always the case, her expression betrayed nothing.”
“She said she felt betrayed by the ending, and she literally used the word betrayed while discussing this plot twist she felt Parker’s character should have remained independent, which would have matched her vision of what Sex and the City was supposed to represent.”
“A spokesman for Mr. Schron said Mr. Grunstein "betrayed his personal and fiduciary duty to his client over a period of many years.”
“That, naturally, sparked a backlash from physical education teachers who rightly see their field as important as academics, and believe that Klein betrayed an ignorance of the importance of regular physical activity and its positive effect on student achievement.”
“: When Skif arrived, he brought Nyara and Need with him, and his expression betrayed his relief at finding the situation nowhere near as desperate as he had feared from Gwena's weak Mindcall.”
“Clearly my expression betrayed some of this inner turmoil, because he then - with a virtually audible and grinding change of gear - said, 'I mean more like you don't act 28.”
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