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    Treachery, though at first very cautious, in the end betrays
    itself.
    [Lat., Ipsa se fraus, etiamsi initio cautior fuerit, detegit.]

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Judas had given them the slip.

Judas had given them the slip.

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Hast thou betrayed my credulous innocence
With vizor'd falsehood and base forgery?

Hast thou betrayed my credulous innocence
With vizor'd falsehood and base forgery?

by John Milton Found in: Treachery Quotes,
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To say the truth, so Judas kissed his master
And cried, 'All hail!' when as he meant all harm.

To say the truth, so Judas kissed his master
And cried, 'All hail!' when as he meant all harm.

by William Shakespeare Found in: Treachery Quotes,
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Et tu, Brute?--Then fall Caesar.

Et tu, Brute?--Then fall Caesar.

by William Shakespeare Found in: Treachery Quotes,
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Oh, colder than the wind that freezes
Founts, that but now in sunshine play'd,
Is that congealing read more

Oh, colder than the wind that freezes
Founts, that but now in sunshine play'd,
Is that congealing pang which seizes
The trusting bosom, when betray'd.

by Thomas Moore Found in: Treachery Quotes,
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Oh, for a tongue to curse the slave
Whose treason, like a deadly blight,
Comes o'er the read more

Oh, for a tongue to curse the slave
Whose treason, like a deadly blight,
Comes o'er the councils of the brave,
And blasts them in their hour of might!

by Thomas Moore Found in: Treachery Quotes,
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