Snake and Traitor


Snake noun - One who betrays a trust or an allegiance.
Usage example: what a snake she was—having an affair with my husband while I was in the hospital!
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Synonyms for Snake

Traitor and snake are semantically related In some cases you can use "Traitor" instead a noun "Snake".

Nearby Words: snaking, snaky


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
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Synonyms for Traitor

Snake and traitor are semantically related in person who is disloyal topic. You can use "Snake" instead a noun "Traitor".

Nearby Words: trait, traitorous, traitress

How words are described

known known snake known traitor
greedy greedy snake greedy traitor
complete complete snake complete traitor
alien alien snake alien traitor
Other adjectives: total, dead, cowardly, nasty, actual, real, large, great, evil, new, local, biggest.

Both words in one sentence

  • Hawley Griffin of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, in addition to being a ruthless snake and traitor, used his invisibility to violate as many women as he could.
    Source: Serial Rapist
  • Trailers Always Spoil Website promos also spoiled Metus' transformation into a snake, thereby revealing that he was to be the traitor.
  • The relationship between the two pairs is actually pretty similar as well, with the difference being that Big Boss actually is Snake's father, and Snake doesn't feel much remorse for killing him, because he actually was a traitor.
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Traitor or Snake. 2016. Accessed September 30, 2022.
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