from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Like a traitor; traitorous.
- adv. Traitorously.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Like a traitor; treacherous; traitorous.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Treacherous; perfidious.
But what talk we of these traitorly rascals, whose miseries are to be smiled at, their offences being so capital?
I beseech them all among them to find one knight that will fight for my sake with two brethren that I brought up of nought, and feloniously and traitorly they have slain me; wherefore I beseech one good knight to revenge my death.
Ganis and Sir Ector and else had I been slain traitorly.
But wit ye well, when ye are past this lodging I shall hurt you an I may, for ye slew my father traitorly.
And there Sir Launcelot told them how cowardly and traitorly Meliagrance set archers to slay his horse, and how he was fain to put himself in a chariot.
When Sir Sadok saw King Mark come with his sword in his hand he said thus: Beware, King Mark, and come not nigh me; for wit thou well that I saved Alisander his life, of which I never repent me, for thou falsely and cowardly slew his father Boudwin, traitorly for his good deeds; wherefore I pray Almighty Jesu send Alisander might and strength to be revenged upon thee.
Kay, an I wist it were thou that thus traitorly hast hurt this noble knight thou shouldst never pass my hands.
Alas, alas, said Sir Launcelot, that I may not give thee one buffet for the love of Sir Tristram and of La Beale Isoud, and for the two knights that thou hast slain traitorly.
Sir Launcelot, thou and I shall never be accorded while we live, for thou hast slain three of my brethren; and two of them ye slew traitorly and piteously, for they bare none harness against thee, nor none would bear.
Francis Ingleby was being dragged on the hurdle to execution, hearing a minister's wife say: "Let us go into the Tolbooth and we shall see the traitorly thief come over on the hurdle", he said, "No; no thief, but as true as thou art".