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double-crossing

Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of double-cross.

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  • n. an act of betrayal

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Examples

  • In the show's first season, he had a remarkable scene where he baptized a double-crossing colleague, drowning him.

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  • The sex, the violence, the double-crossing, that is all really just coming from a place of love.

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  • Olivia Wilde, meanwhile, I rumored to be courting an appearance as “a double-crossing UN worker based in Afghanistan,” but there is no substantiation to that one, either.

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  • The first was his residual anger at his old allies for double-crossing him.

    Eisenhower 1956

  • Ike heatedly complained that “nothing justifies double-crossing us.”

    Eisenhower 1956

  • Trent Kalamack, drug lord and elf in hiding, offers to get the coven off her back, but her double-crossing ex-rat ex-boyfriend, Nick, shows up and lands her in more hot water.

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  • Eventually some double-crossing leads to Chris and his family going into hiding, only to resurface later when they hope all things have calmed down.

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  • I would like to see the Romulans back in their usual clandestine double-crossing xenophobic form (as opposed to dumb thugs) but due to all that time-travel-malarkey.

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  • For as long as he lived, Donovan harbored a grudge against Hoover for double-crossing him.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • So this was the before-and-after Jack; the more innocent version falling in love with the handsome young Italian bootlegger, and the calculated, double-crossing version, after all the terrible things Torchwood has made him see and do we'll no doubt see the Saturday night goofball Jack again as and when he goes back to Doctor Who, but hey, who said the character needed to make sense?

    Torchwood: Miracle Day – episode seven

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