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double-crosser

n. a person who betrays someone. (Often with dirty. See comments at double cross.) You dirty, lowdown double-crosser, you!
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Focusing on Moss' time as a World War II agent in Crete, Macedonia, and the Siamese jungle, A War of Shadows tells of intrigue, ambushes, double-cross betrayals, and crucial covert missions.
I did feel bad that I had kind of double-crossed the BBC Today programme, but rather that than double-cross my own party.
6) A columnist and associate editor at the Times (London), Macintyre (7) is a talented storyteller; Double-Cross has all the ingredients of a spy thriller, including seduction, abduction, secret ink, and microdots.
But less than a week after the murder, Kelly engineered a diabolical double-cross that led to the murder of Babyface and pal Napper, 38.
However, his partners decide the bounty should be split three ways rather than four and plan to double-cross him.
It has a powerful rotor with double-cross cutting action, a heavy-duty hydraulic ram and a large feed hopper that can handle whole bales, cut-open film rolls, mingled packs of sprue spiders, thick-walled purgings, carpet waste, pipes and profiles, post-consumer bottles and whole containers/crates without the need for dosed feeding or the risk of jams in the cutting chamber.