proditorious

proditorious

(ˌprɒdɪˈtɔːrɪəs) or

proditory

adj
1. traitorous
2. tending to reveal innermost thoughts or secrets
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In the evening, through the back door and the long dark annex, both Yosls arrived -- Yosl of the Tailors' Union and Yosl the shoemaker who, as always, misused the Party's high-flown rhetoric and said "proditorious" instead of "prodigious": "the magnificent proditarious Soviet power!"
As he came in, someone shouted out at the top of his voice: "Our great proditorious comrade, Hershl Toker!"