doublecross

EnglishEdit

VerbEdit

doublecross (third-person singular simple present doublecrosses, present participle doublecrossing, simple past and past participle doublecrossed)

  1. To betray someone by leading them into trap after having gained their trust and led them to believe that they were actually being aided.

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NounEdit

doublecross (plural doublecrosses)

  1. An instance of betrayal of one who has been led to believe that the betrayer was assisting thim.
Last modified on 15 August 2013, at 13:04