Betrayals [noun]

Definition of Betrayals:

exhibition of disloyalty

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Though the episode ends on a close-up of her husband’s eyes, Kidman’s remain our window into Grace’s shock, her betrayal — her, well, undoing.

It’s also designed to examine less playful, more destructive betrayals of trust.

As I can testify firsthand, napping while working from home can feel like a betrayal of trust, a breach of the social contract that assumes that you’re still hammering away even when your manager can’t see you.

The moment early on in the film when someone she loves betrays her by slicing off her wings — ostensibly in order to “save” her — comes off like an excruciating form of conversion therapy.

Equating antifa with QAnon betrays how Facebook fundamentally doesn’t grasp the issue.

The indigo labyrinths of the flies’ small intestines light up with fiery fuchsia in micrographs, betraying an ominous buildup of molecules that destroy DNA and cause cellular damage.

They must do everything, or they are betraying their kids, which forced them to race through the curriculum lest their kids are not ready.

Such a betrayal led him upon the following day to send a note to Mrs. Chepstow, asking for an appointment.

And the surgeon looked at him; but there rose up in his remembrance how he had been avoiding betrayal for years.

Then, regretting the betrayal of his feelings, the young man relapsed into gloomy silence.