Rebel and Traitor

Rebel

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Rebel noun – A person who rises up against authority.
Traitor is a synonym for rebel in person who does not obey topic. In some cases you can use "Traitor" instead a noun "Rebel".
Nearby Word: rebelled
Synonyms for Rebel

Traitor

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Traitor noun – One who betrays a trust or an allegiance.
Rebel is a synonym for traitor in person who is disloyal topic. You can use "Rebel" instead a noun "Traitor".
Nearby Words: trait, traitorous, traitress
Synonyms for Traitor

How words are described

human human rebel human traitor
alien alien rebel alien traitor
dead dead rebel dead traitor
actual actual rebel actual traitor
Other adjectives: real, willing, wanted, former.

Both words in one sentence

  • Video Game / Assassin's Creed: Rogue The air is still, and I am a hunter." "History may brand me traitor, rebel or renegade.
  • And just because this trope can fit into each movie of the original trilogy, there was Leia being denounced as "part of the Rebel Alliance and a traitor" in A New Hope.
  • A borderline example is in the Codex Alera book Furies of Calderon: Amara's final exam is to successfully infiltrate a rebel camp with her mentor, Fidelias, to discover the identity of the traitor; unfortunately Fidelias is a traitor and turns her in.
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