traitoress

Related to traitoress: traitorous, treasonous

traitoress

(ˈtreɪtərəs)
n
obsolete a female traitor
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Although contemporary Jews decried Pimonenko's art as antisemitic for casting the former Jewess as an innocent victim of Jewish wrath and aggression, they also appropriated the sketch and another like it for circulation on postcards with the accompanying Hebrew words ha-meshumedet (the Apostate) and ba-bogedet (the Traitoress), thus renarrating the events to cast moral blame on the neophyte and legitimize the collective ire of the Jewish community.
Over the heather stormed an argument put forward by (the traitoress) Tracey Emin in an article where she apparently brought down the age limit considerably - being a rather trying early 40-year-old, she claimed the clock strikes midnight on all of us Cinderellas at 45.
Senate, given his comments on blogs and elsewhere in which he called rock star Bono of the band U2 a hypocrite, Hillary Clinton a traitoress and Barack Obama a fraud.