Definition of Double cross

1. Noun. An act of betrayal. "I could no longer tolerate his impudent double-crossing"

Exact synonyms: Double-crossing
Generic synonyms: Betrayal, Perfidy, Treachery, Treason

2. Verb. Betray by double-dealing.
Generic synonyms: Betray, Sell
Derivative terms: Double-crosser, Double-crossing

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Double Cross

double clinch
double compartment hydrocephalus
double concave lens
double consciousness
double contrast enema
double convex lens
double cousin
double coverage
double cream
double creams
double creme
double crenate
double crochet
double cropping
double cross (current term)
double crossover
double crossovers
double dagger
double daggers
double damages
double dare
double dared
double dares
double daring
double date
double dated
double dates
double dating
double deal

Literary usage of Double cross

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1828)
"The 2d differs from tile former only in bearing a long double cross on the reverse; these two varieties have been, as before observed, attributed to ..."

2. Under the Red Cross Flag at Home and Abroad by Mabel Thorp Boardman (1917)
"THE double cross. WHEN the American delegates to the Eighth International Red Cross Conference returned from London, in 1907, they were somewhat puzzled as ..."

3. Frenzied Finance by Thomas William Lawson (1905)
"CHAPTER XXXII PERFECTING THE double cross get back to my story. I realized that though one disaster had been averted, I was far from any haven of rest. ..."

4. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1905)
"Spans to 300 feet: the poles are usually double cross-armed and guyed; in some cases ... Span 620 feet: double poles, double cross-arms guyed two ways, ..."

5. Seed Thoughts for Public Speakers by Arthur Tappan Pierson (1900)
"Philip, with a long staff, sometimes with a cross in the T, in other cases with a double cross or a small cross in his hand, or with a basket of fish. 7. ..."

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