Adjective(1) dangerously unstable and unpredictable(2) tending to betray; especially having a treacherous character as attributed to the Carthaginians by the Romans
(1) I dragged myself up, hanging on to the treacherous railing, and lumbered up the stairs, bruised all over.(2) The earth is rich and dead, and offers treacherous footing.(3) A grieving family has pleaded for action to be taken on a treacherous bend that this week claimed the life of their mother.(4) Some 500,000 vessels a year pass through the treacherous , narrow Bosporus and Dardanelles straits.(5) The earliest documented ballads feature Robin Hood as lusty, treacherous and violent.(6) Is it treacherous to say I hope we lose every game in the World Cup?(7) The road in Tunduffe has now gained such a high level of points that Gardai declare it treacherous and a serious accident risk.(8) They are not anywhere near as treacherous as crack addicts or alcoholics for that matter.(9) The descent is worse, in parts a sheer drop on a thin track almost hidden by heather with treacherous rocks and holes ready to trip up even the most nimble feet.(10) He's deposed by a treacherous underling, winds up on the street, and is taken in by a tough noodle vendor with messed up teeth.(11) Philip found that following the logic of these conspiracy theories was deeply treacherous and disorienting.(12) Gone are interesting characters like the greedy and treacherous aide, and that marvelous biplane.(13) If the Marina is known for its strong undercurrents, the sand on Elliots Beach is treacherous as it keeps shifting.(14) On that day Couples' tee-shot to Golden Bell, the treacherous par three, clung miraculously to the bank of the Creek.(15) The views open out to the north-east, across the treacherous Pentland Firth to Orkney, as you reach Portskerra pier.(16) It can be very treacherous and can give way at any time.
(1) treacherous :: маккор
1. traitorous ::
2. dangerous ::
3. unreliable ::
4. perfidious ::
1. constant ::
2. dedicated ::
3. devoted ::
4. devout ::
5. faithful ::
6. fast ::
7. loyal ::
8. steadfast ::
9. steady ::
Different Formstreacherous, treacherously, treacherousness
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