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Achmet-Higli, had betrayed him, then!
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I told Col. Whitman, in times past, that the neighborhood of Dayton (Nevada) betrayed no present or previous manifestations of a ligneous foundation, and that hence I had no confidence in his lauded coal mines.
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I said nothing about this, for some instinct told me that I might possibly have an exaggerated idea about it, and so if I betrayed my thought I might bring derision upon myself.
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And who could have betrayed her, and have called him home?
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Every hour of pain, and the whole bitter anguish that his betrayed benefactor had suffered through his act when he had seduced Glycera, he himself now seemed to realize, and at the same time the enemy that had betrayed him, Servianus, was none other than himself, Phoebicius, the Gaul.
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The woman who betrayed me for your sake, and you-you dirty beggar-are worthy of each other.
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The Son of man goeth as it is written of him: but woe unto that man by whom the Son of man is betrayed!
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Then Judas, which betrayed him, answered and said, Master, is it I?
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Then cometh he to his disciples, and saith unto them, Sleep on now, and take your rest behold, the hour is at hand, and the Son of man is betrayed into the hands of sinners.
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And he that betrayed him had given them a token, saying, Whomsoever I shall kiss, that same is he; take him, and lead him away safely.
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That he did not offer to do so until invited, though he betrayed no sense of social inferiority, seemed another point in his favour.
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And then I might come into the garden and find you both sitting there-' Mumford, despite his most uneasy frame of mind, betrayed a passing amusement.
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In a short article that he wrote about one of the playgrounds of America, he betrayed his own incurable jaundice.
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An illustration of my implicit confidence, which I do not remember ever to have been betrayed, occurred when I was about ten years of age.
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His grandmother, though seemingly in possession of ample means, betrayed an indifferent education, and in her flow of gossip never referred to ancestral dignities, never made mention of the calling her husband had pursued.
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She felt a sudden shame in the thought of having perhaps betrayed timidity.
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Mr. Lord's features betrayed the working of turbid thought, a stern resentment their prevailing expression.
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But coarseness she had never betrayed; he had never judged her worse than intellectually shallow.
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Mrs. Damerel changed colour, but no movement betrayed anxiety.
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Her dress, formerly neglected to the point of untidiness, betrayed a new-born taste for fashionable equipment; she suddenly drew attention to it in the midst of serious talk, asking with a bashful smirk whether Nancy thought it suited her.
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Examples of Betrayed

Example #1
It was not a half-hour since he had given the word to strike at midnight, to surround the Palace, and to seize the Prince Pasha.
Example #2
But there was a thing of dark magic here.
Example #3
I repeated the same doctrine to the exultant coal discoverers of Humboldt.
Example #4
My theory has ever been that coal is a ligneous formation.
Example #5
Yet I was as perfectly satisfied in my own mind as I could be of anything, that I was going to gather up, in a day or two, or at furthest a week or two, silver enough to make me satisfactorily wealthy-and so my fancy was already busy with plans for spending this money.
Example #6
I expected to see it glittering in the sun on the mountain summits.