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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of betray.


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betray +‎ -ed


  • This gentle and friendly being with the grateful soft voice and grateful soft eyes had betrayed -- _betrayed_ him!

    The Lost Prince

  • Her eunuch came forward from the shadows to listen to his mistress, and if he was surprised, his expression betrayed nothing.

    Shadow Princess

  • Charlie Hall made certain his expression betrayed no emotion, even though he wanted to slug his boss for being so heartless.

    Hell’s Gate

  • His expression betrayed no surprise, no emotion whatsoever.

    Deep Kiss Of Winter

  • As was always the case, her expression betrayed nothing.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #1

  • 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.

    Chuck Klosterman on Living and Society

  • A spokesman for Mr. Schron said Mr. Grunstein "betrayed his personal and fiduciary duty to his client over a period of many years."

    Rift Shines Light on a Big Player

  • 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.

    How Joel Klein insulted physical education teachers

  • : 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.

    Widows and Orphans

  • 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.'

    Archive 2009-01-01


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  • Sionnach, your lists are back—there was a bug on the lists page.

    I worked hard, and will keep working, to make things fit together sensibly, but some restructuring was necessary to combine the two sites.

    I feel horribly that this transition has been bumpier than I'd hoped, but I'm working as quickly as possible to smooth rough edges, fix bugs, and add back all the Wordie functionality. I'm very sorry for the headaches, but please bear with this for just a little longer.

    November 12, 2009

  • They appear to have returned. Or are they incomplete (there is some php exception in the file)?

    Regarding the general structure: Ack! I would’ve preferred the design I suggested on wordnikie suggestion box (the post is prefaced with your nick).

    I hope everything is going to be fine soon.

    November 12, 2009

  • I feel completely betrayed by the disappearance of all my lists, the complete lack of any kind of parallel structure between this site and Wordie. At a time when I am studying for my advanced Spanish proficiency test which takes place in two days time, the lack of access to the lists of Spanish vocabulary and phrases that I spent quite some effort to compile during recent months is extremely disappointing.

    November 11, 2009