Sentence for betray | Use betray in a sentence

Sentence with word betray. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use betray in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for betray.

  • Who would betray me to him? (10)
  • He would do nothing to betray himself. (9)
  • And now we betray him, perhaps, who knows? (8)
  • You must see her, or you betray yourself. (10)
  • No active step but would betray his dignity. (12)
  • If so, he did not betray it by any crude look round. (8)
  • His features were not used to betray the course of events. (10)
  • She thought she had been so very cautious not to betray it. (10)
  • Did not this betray liking for one, subjection to the other? (10)
  • He was prompted to betray and confess himself: courage failed. (10)
  • He was prompted to betray and confess himself: courage failed. (22)
  • If he felt either surprise or chagrin his face did not betray it. (1)
  • Our passions betray themselves, and our habits; so is it written. (10)
  • She could gaze tenderly, betray her heart, and be certain of safety. (10)
  • A system of that sort seems to betray the sense of poverty in the article. (10)
  • To marry Fleur would be to hit his mother in the face; to betray his dead father! (8)
  • To speak, she was sure would be to betray a most unreasonable degree of happiness. (4)
  • She utters to Leonardo very pleasant promises indeed, if he will betray his friend. (10)
  • If Countess Anna should betray Count Ammiani to-night, nothing, nothing, will save me. (10)
  • It will inevitably, like a tree striking bad soil, betray itself at the top with time. (10)
  • Only by a look which I knew how to read did he betray his sense of the criminal blunder. (7)
  • Remote as he appeared from vulgar anxiety, he was the first to speak and betray his state. (10)
  • It was only his anxiety that they should be comfortable, his fear that he might betray himself. (8)
  • The Thier was a faithful dog, but the temptation to betray his trust and pursue them was mighty. (10)
  • You have seen me stand and betray no suffering when a shot at my forehead would have been mercy. (10)
  • And yet the instincts of a gentleman seemed to forbid him to betray that secret to either of them. (8)
  • In showing him the belief you have in your power over him, you betray that he has power over you. (10)
  • She kept away from that lest the birds should come fluttering about her, and betray her by cooing. (8)
  • I trust with all my soul I did not betray myself, I owed that duty to my position of concealing it. (10)
  • I put this question to him, believing that it would sound as too remote from my thoughts to betray them. (10)
  • Rosamund felt that it must be something grave indeed for the proud young lady so to betray a troubled spirit. (10)
  • She had decided to betray his condition to the vice-consul, when he came, bringing the money she had lent him. (9)
  • It was, perhaps, more flattering that she should betray a marked disposition to prefer solitude in his society. (10)
  • Diana would never betray her lover, but the thing was in the air as soon as uttered: and off to the printing-press! (10)
  • These things were secrets; and the elastic and happy appearance of Mr. John Todhunter did not betray them at the altar. (10)
  • Your looks betray a very natural jealousy; but seeing it or not it would have been the same: she and I have no secrets. (10)
  • The poor brute would eat more heartily in this manner; for she had a sort of affection for me, which I was soon to betray. (2)
  • It smote him with horror and anger; but he was much too manly to betray these actual sentiments, and continued to dissemble. (10)
  • It smote him with horror and anger; but he was much too manly to betray these actual sentiments, and continued to dissemble. (22)
  • She would not betray her trust, I suppose, without bribery and corruption, for she really did know where her friend was to be found. (4)
  • She could tell Laura confidently at night that Wilfrid would not betray Angelo, though she had not spoken one direct word to him on the subject. (10)
  • His excellent aunts had ventured a comment on his appearance that frightened him lest he himself should be the person to betray his astounding discomfiture. (10)
  • Judges were bribed to do their duty, juries to convict, newspapers to support and legislators to betray their constituents and pass the most oppressive laws. (7)

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