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Frasi con treacherously (in inglese)

  1. Zulimistan has always dealt its friends treacherously.
  2. The treacherously long mountain skidding to and from.
  3. It will be remembered that he was treacherously murdered during his journey.
  4. Believe me, dear, you do not want to do that, she whispered treacherously.
  5. She did not explain why she had brought the Shemites into the city so treacherously.

  6. Scarlett went quickly to defend him from himself, more quickly because treacherously.
  7. Me an’ Winfiel’, she said; and then, treacherously, Winfiel’, he bust a toilet.
  8. A conspiracy of barons treacherously murdered your father, Rob went on, since Karyl hadn’t told him not to.
  9. It was treacherously easy to catch nothing but air between waves or to dig too deeply into a wave and catch a crab.
  10. It had also muddied the slope up which the French would have to charge, making their approach treacherously slippery.
  11. Maybe my progenitors who survived five centuries ago cunningly and treacherously exterminated him and buried his corpse.
  12. Later, the Jamestown inhabitants treacherously poisoned a local King of the Chesapeake Tribe, and killed all of his family.
  13. We have not performed the words of the covenant which we made before thee, but as treacherous dealers we have dealt treacherously.
  14. Jordan? 6 For even your brothers, and the house of your father, even they have dealt treacherously with you; yes, they have called a.
  15. Let us kiss each other, darling, he went on with insufferable familiarity, addressing the man he had so treacherously insulted.

  16. Judah has dealt treacherously, and an abomination is committed in Israel and in Jerusalem; for Judah has profaned the holiness of the.
  17. In the parable of the Unjust Steward, we are shown how, without occasion or necessity, this man dealt treacherously with his benefactor.
  18. It was written on scented paper, just as love-letters are written in novels, and folded up so as to be treacherously small so that it might be slipped into a lady's glove.
  19. Strange and sad to say, at that very moment, Marius had not yet received Cosette's letter; chance had treacherously carried it to Jean Valjean before delivering it to Marius.
  20. Ivan Andreyitch strained his attention and his eyesight, but—oh, horror! The civilian treacherously concealed himself behind the adjutant and remained in the darkness of obscurity.
  21. They would have had us share their caves with them, but Lord John would by no means consent to it considering that to do so would put us in their power if they were treacherously disposed.
  22. Although they may be of a similarity to you they are guilty for their own actions alone! Since the Creator made the first man and woman, man has not ceased from dealing treacherously with each other.
  23. The media itself chose to bow out of the entire affair and refused to defend his right to free speech… while at the same time, treacherously and double faced: it blew up his tiny faux pas into a National scandal.
  24. Expeditions had been fitted out; a price had been put upon his head; even attempts had been made, treacherously of course, to open negotiations with him, without in the slightest way affecting the even tenor of his career.
  25. The story went on about how the father had treacherously murdered his wife and her father, the avenger‘s mother and grandfather, in their chickee many miles to the south and on the west edge of the endless Melaleuca strand.

  26. It must be admitted that she treated Lizanka rather unfairly: she behaved treacherously to her daughter, in the fullness of her heart, of course, and showed Vasya on the sly the present Lizanka was preparing to give him for the New Year.
  27. That minute was so diabolically calculated, was so treacherously prepared to lead up to its finale, its ludicrous dénouement, and was brought out with such killing humour that a perfect outburst of irrepressible mirth saluted this last sally.
  28. For a time, there reigned, too, a sense of peculiar dread at this flitting apparition, as if it were treacherously beckoning us on and on, in order that the monster might turn round upon us, and rend us at last in the remotest and most savage seas.
  29. He might just as well have turned a somersault and uttered an Indian war whoop, for his face was so full of suppressed excitement and his voice so treacherously joyful that everyone jumped up, though he only said, in a queer, breathless voice, Here's another Christmas present for the March family.
  30. If he who struck him, though he did so sneakingly and treacherously, had drawn his sword and stood and faced him, then he who had been struck would have received offence and insult at the same time; offence because he was struck treacherously, insult because he who struck him maintained what he had done, standing his ground without taking to flight.
  31. Recognizing in a flash that he was ruined, in a sense annihilated, that he had disgraced himself and sullied his reputation, that he had been turned into ridicule and treated with contempt in the presence of spectators, that he had been treacherously insulted, by one whom he had looked on only the day before as his greatest and most trustworthy friend, that he had been put to utter confusion, Mr.
  32. Didn't they steal sips of tea, stuff gingerbread ab libitum, get a hot biscuit apiece, and as a crowning trespass, didn't they each whisk a captivating little tart into their tiny pockets, there to stick and crumble treacherously, teaching them that both human nature and a pastry are frail? Burdened with the guilty consciousness of the sequestered tarts, and fearing that Dodo's sharp eyes would pierce the thin disguise of cambric and merino which hid their booty, the little sinners attached themselves to 'Dranpa', who hadn't his spectacles on.

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