False and Traitorous

False

False adjective - Not true in one's allegiance to someone or something.
Usage example: false friends who deserted the prizefighter when all his money was gone

Traitorous is a synonym for false in treacherous topic. In some cases you can use "Traitorous" instead an adjective "False", when it comes to topics like continue, dishonest, faithless, deceitful.

Traitorous

Traitorous adjective - Not true in one's allegiance to someone or something.
Usage example: when our coach took a job at a rival college, a few traitorous players went right along with him

False is a synonym for traitorous in continue topic. You can use "False" instead an adjective "Traitorous", if it concerns topics such as treacherous, deceitful, double-crossing.

Nearby Words: traitor, traitress
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