perfidiously


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per·fid·i·ous

 (pər-fĭd′ē-əs)
adj.
Of, relating to, or marked by perfidy; treacherous. See Synonyms at faithless.

per·fid′i·ous·ly adv.
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Adv.1.perfidiously - in a perfidious manner; "he was playing perfidiously one side against the other"
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perfidiously

[pɜːˈfɪdɪəslɪ] ADV (liter) → pérfidamente

perfidiously

[pɜːˈfɪdɪəslɪ] advperfidamente
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On ordinary occasions it might not be exerted with the requisite firmness, and on extraordinary occasions it might be perfidiously abused.
At first I accused him of perfidiously deserting me; but as I grew more composed, I upbraided myself for imputing so cowardly an action to him, and tranquillized myself with the belief that he had availed himself, of the opportunity to go round to Nukuheva, in order to make some arrangement by which I could be removed from the valley.
Here they met with some of the "chivalry" of that noted pass, who received them in a friendly way, and set food before them; but, while they were satisfying their hunger, perfidiously seized their rifles.
I had one, sir, and, thank God, such as I could wish," cried D'Artagnan; "but it was perfidiously stolen from me.
He perfidiously leads the doubting and struggling colonel into the decision, whispering to him, "Of, course, I can't make the decision for you.
Not only was Japan extremely brutal toward the populations of Asian countries it occupied-a reality that undermined sympathy for Japanese civilians who became victims of allied attacks-but it also brought the United States into that war by perfidiously attacking Pearl Harbor.
They have nothing to do with the noble religion they invoke so perfidiously to sanctify their sinful criminality.