from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. to betray or swindle (a colleague); to promise (a collaborator) one thing and to treacherously do another, to the detriment of the collaborator.
  • n. teh act of double-crossing; the betrayal or swindling of a collaborator or colleague.

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  • v. betray by double-dealing
  • n. an act of betrayal


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  • The two triangles of Solomon may be replaced by the double cross of Ezekiel's wheels, this being found on a great number of ancient pentacles.

    Bygone Beliefs


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