Conspirator and Traitor


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Conspirator noun – A member of a conspiracy.
Traitor is a synonym for conspirator in plotter topic. In some cases you can use "Traitor" instead a noun "Conspirator", when it comes to topics like schemer.
Nearby Words: conspiracy, conspiratorial
Synonyms for Conspirator


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Traitor noun – One who betrays a trust or an allegiance.
Usage example: accused by her family of being a traitor when she sold their traditionally animal-friendly business to a competitor known to use animals for testing its products

Conspirator is a synonym for traitor in person who is disloyal topic. You can use "Conspirator" instead a noun "Traitor".
Nearby Words: trait, traitorous, traitress
Synonyms for Traitor

How words are described

true true conspirator true traitor
dead dead conspirator dead traitor
actual actual conspirator actual traitor
great great conspirator great traitor
Other adjectives: main, former, titular.

Both words in one sentence

  • Series / Dollhouse Caroline had Bennett's best interests in mind and Bennett was a Rossum employee, so by leaving her there, she would be found and given medical treatment, and viewed as a victim rather than as a co-conspirator and a traitor.
  • And the film was going to have Saavik as another conspirator, until Gene Roddenberry personally stepped in and forced them to change her to a new character, Valeris; he recognized that turning a beloved character into a murderous traitor wouldn't sit well with fans.
  • Out-Gambitted aka: Out Gambit The overarching plot of Mercy Kill: the head of Galactic Alliance intelligence is a traitor and has turned one of his crack teams, the Wraiths, loose on a co-conspirator, hoping for one of two outcomes.
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