Faithless and Treacherous

Faithless

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Faithless adjective – Not true in one's allegiance to someone or something.
Usage example: faithless friends who deserted him in his time of need

Treacherous is a synonym for faithless in disloyal topic. In some cases you can use "Treacherous" instead an adjective "Faithless", when it comes to topics like continue, false, traitorous, unfaithful. popular alternative
Nearby Words: faithful, faith, faithlessness, faithlessly
Synonyms for Faithless

Treacherous

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Treacherous adjective – Not true in one's allegiance to someone or something.
Usage example: a treacherous “friend,” she's been known to turn against people in the blink of an eye

Faithless is a synonym for treacherous in traitorous topic. You can use "Faithless" instead an adjective "Treacherous", if it concerns topics such as continue, dishonest, false, deceitful. popular alternative
Nearby Words: treachery, treacherously
Synonyms for Treacherous

Things that words describes

partner faithless partner treacherous partner
wife faithless wife treacherous wife

Both words in one sentence

  • And now thou shalt know him: a stabber in the dark, treacherous to foes, faithless to friends, and a curse unto his kind, Túrin son of Húrin!
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