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double crosser

A person who has betrayed or swindled friends, allies, colleagues, or associates, or intends to do so. I'll make sure that dirty double crosser never works in this town again, if it's the last thing I do.
See also: crosser, double


n. a person who betrays someone. (Often with dirty. See comments at double cross.) You dirty, lowdown double-crosser, you!
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Genetic variation from plant to plant in any particular crosser is considerably greater than in most selfers.
Dave Wagstaff was a great crosser of the ball and a fast dribbler.
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Owen said: "Geremi is a fantastic crosser of the ball.
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Crosser was always hailed as a great coach who perhaps couldn't quite cut it as a manager.
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He has great dribbling skills but he is also a great crosser.
Beckham (right) has a great passing ability and is a superb crosser of the ball.
But Nemeth has shown that he is a decent crosser of the ball, while he is a useful third attacker when cutting in from the flank.