Betray and Quote


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Betray verb – To be unfaithful or disloyal to.
Quote and betray are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Quote" instead a verb "Betray".
Nearby Words: betrayal, betrayer, betraying
Synonyms for Betray


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Quote verb – To give as an example.
Betray and quote are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Betray" instead a verb "Quote".
Nearby Words: quotation, quoted, quoting, quotable
Synonyms for Quote

Common collocations

friend betray friend quote friend
someone betray someone quote someone
king betray king quote king
mother betray mother quote mother
Other nouns: times.

Both words in one sentence

  • This is however subverted that shortly after, Cao Cao lets out his famous quote that excuses his actions and defines his character:Better I betray the world rather than have the world betray me!
  • Trolling Creator Before issue 13 was out, he deliberately used an out-of-context quote to make everyone think that a member of the Lost Light crew would betray or abandon the crew.
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Quote and Betray. (2016). Retrieved 2020, October 22, from
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Quote or Betray. 2016. Accessed October 22, 2020.

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