Betrays [verb]

Definition of Betrays:

be disloyal

Opposite/Antonyms of Betrays:

Sentence/Example of Betrays:

I can’t stress this too much — rapid-fire squeaks will betray you.

Zurek has brainstormed ways that even these pipsqueaks could betray their presence by influencing the behavior of groups of particles.

I was betrayed, taken advantage of, overworked and underpaid.

We’re calling on journalists to stop circulating sexist labels that betray women’s skills, insights, & lived experiences as leaders.

In the new version, Angelina Jolie’s Maleficent, betrayed by her childhood love and wonderfully, campily bitter about it, fixates on his daughter Aurora.

Any exaggeration into which a feeling of indignation happens to betray the accuser is instantly pounced upon.

Even the stern, inflexible commander turned to hide an emotion he would have blushed to betray.

His only chance of ultimate recovery was to push boldly forward, and to betray no fear of failure.

But all men at times betray themselves, and some betrayals, if scarcely clever, are not without nobility.

I betray my beloved parent's confidence, to save you from a certain and ignominious death.