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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
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."
'The criminals have not succeeded in breaking the civilization idea of BiH, because we will never allow them,' said DA3/4aferovic, pointing out that some still try to do the same under various guises, perfidiously, not by military means, but by political means.
Something about the day on the lake--or perhaps the Oregon whiskey one of us sourced--looses old memories from my friends also, of camping trips past, of the first fish caught, and the brother who perfidiously threw it back in, before it could be paraded about.
Those innocent, simple people were the victims of a terrorist act and were perfidiously murdered.
Britain, which had through devious strategies taken over the control of the Kandyan Kingdom, and as it demonstrated time and again in different parts of the world, perfidiously breached the solemn commitments that it undertook by treaty, causing the sparks that inflamed the Kandyan highlands and proceeded to entrench itself in Lanka for 133 years before leaving following the debilitation experienced in the Second World War.
Perfidiously, they mind the field of the referendum turnout but remain captives in the middle of the minefield.
In Act V, Scene 2 of Othello the protagonist, the black general of the Venetian navy, has to go through a terrible anagnorisis, as he learns that his subordinate, "honest Iago," has deceived him perfidiously and manipulated him to kill his innocent wife Desdemona.