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Failing to observe the terms of a vow, promise, understanding, etc., or false to allegiance or duty; faithless; disloyal
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  1. Failing to observe the terms of a vow, promise, understanding, etc., or false to allegiance or duty; faithless; disloyal
  2. Breaking trust in a marriage or relationship by having sexual relations with someone other than one's spouse or sexual partner.
  3. Not justly representing or reflecting the facts or a primary source; inaccurate:
Not sure or certain; doubtful:
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  1. Not sure or certain; doubtful:
  2. Lacking self-confidence; plagued by anxiety:
  3. Not comfortable or confident in oneself or in certain situations.
Relating to, constituting, or involving treason:
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  1. Relating to, constituting, or involving treason:
  2. Involving or constituting treason
  3. Of, having the nature of, or involving treason; traitorous
Alternative spelling of false-hearted.
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  1. Alternative spelling of false-hearted.
  2. Disloyal; deceitful
Having no religious faith.
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  1. Having no religious faith.
  2. Not true to duty or obligation; disloyal or unfaithful.
  3. Breaking trust in a marriage or relationship by having sexual relations with someone other than one's spouse or sexual partner.
Deceiving or intended to deceive
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  1. Deceiving or intended to deceive
  2. Deceiving or tending to deceive:
  3. Misleading, likely or attempting to deceive
The opposite of dependable
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  1. The opposite of dependable
  2. Not easily relied or depended on:
Involving or filled with danger; perilous.
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  1. Involving or filled with danger; perilous.
  2. Full of danger; likely to cause injury, pain, etc.; unsafe; perilous
  3. Being able or likely to do harm.
Involving risk; hazardous; dangerous
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  1. Involving risk; hazardous; dangerous
  2. Dangerous, involving risks.
Tending to mislead; deceptive.
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  1. Tending to mislead; deceptive.
  2. Deceptive or tending to mislead or create a false impression.
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  1. Adept at using deception
  2. Requiring caution or skill:
  3. Hard to deal with, complicated
Deceptive in multiple ways
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  1. Deceptive in multiple ways
  2. Intended to deceive; deceptive; false
  3. Deliberately misleading or cheating
Contrary to fact or truth:
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  1. Contrary to fact or truth:
  2. Arising from mistaken ideas:
  3. Not true; in error; incorrect; mistaken
Containing a fault or defect; imperfect or defective.
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  1. Containing a fault or defect; imperfect or defective.
  2. Having a fault or faults; defective, blemished, imperfect, or erroneous
  3. Having or displaying faults; not perfect; not adequate or acceptable.
Dependent upon the will or favor of another person
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  1. Dependent upon the will or favor of another person
  2. Subject to chance or unknown conditions:
  3. Based on uncertain, unwarranted, or unproved premises:
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  1. Having a strong tendency to change.
  2. Relating to an atom or chemical element that is likely to share electrons; reactive.
  3. Not fixed, firm, or steady; easily upset or unbalanced
Open to question or doubt:
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  1. Open to question or doubt:
  2. Nervous; Anxious.
  3. Not firm, substantial, or secure; weak, unsound, or unsteady
Subject to change
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  1. Subject to change
  2. Of a surface, having low friction, often due to being covered in a non-viscous liquid, and therefore hard to grip, hard to stand on without falling, etc.
  3. (Figuratively, by extension) Evasive; difficult to pin down.
Requiring skillful or tactful handling; delicate:
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  1. Requiring skillful or tactful handling; delicate:
  2. Needing careful handling; precarious; delicate
  3. Very sensitive or easily upset; touchy
Requiring considerable effort or skill; not easy to do or accomplish:
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  1. Requiring considerable effort or skill; not easy to do or accomplish:
  2. Not easy to endure; full of hardship or trouble; trying:
  3. Not easy to comprehend, solve, or explain:
Menacing; threatening:
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  1. Menacing; threatening:
  2. Of or serving as an omen; esp., having the character of an evil omen; threatening; sinister
  3. Of or being an omen, especially an evil one.
That alarms, or makes suddenly afraid or anxious; frightening
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  1. That alarms, or makes suddenly afraid or anxious; frightening
Not loyal or faithful; faithless
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  1. Not loyal or faithful; faithless
  2. Showing or characterized by a lack of loyalty; not loyal.
  3. Without loyalty; faithless, traitorous.
Lacking faith; unbelieving
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  1. Lacking faith; unbelieving
  2. Breaking trust in a marriage or relationship by having sexual relations with someone other than one's spouse or sexual partner.
  3. Not true to duty or obligation; disloyal or unfaithful.
Deliberately untrue:
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  1. Deliberately untrue:
  2. Not genuine or real:
  3. Intentionally deceptive:
Characterized by perfidy; treacherous
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  1. Characterized by perfidy; treacherous
  2. Of, relating to, or marked by perfidy; treacherous.
(Archaic) Craven or cowardly.
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  1. (Archaic) Craven or cowardly.
  2. Unfaithful or disloyal to a belief, duty, or cause:
  3. (Now poetic, literary) Unfaithful to someone, or to one's duties or honour; disloyal, false. [from 17th c.]
Characteristic of a traitor; disloyal
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  1. Characteristic of a traitor; disloyal
  2. Having the character of a traitor; disloyal
  3. Of, or having the nature of, a traitor; treacherous; faithless
Not adhering to promises, obligations, or allegiances; disloyal.
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  1. Not adhering to promises, obligations, or allegiances; disloyal.
  2. Not true, accurate, or reliable; untrustworthy
  3. Failing to observe the terms of a vow, promise, understanding, etc., or false to allegiance or duty; faithless; disloyal
Deviating from a standard; not straight, even, level, or exact.
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  1. Deviating from a standard; not straight, even, level, or exact.
  2. Contrary to fact; false.
  3. False; not true.
Requiring or characterized by boldness or daring; hazardous; risky:
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  1. Requiring or characterized by boldness or daring; hazardous; risky:
  2. (Of an act or product) Full of hazard; attended with risk; exposing to danger; requiring courage; rash.
  3. (Of a person) Inclined to adventure; willing to incur risks; prone to embark in hazardous enterprise; rashly daring.
(Scot.) Bringing good luck
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  1. (Scot.) Bringing good luck
  2. Subject to chance; random
  3. Uncertain as to outcome; risky; hazardous.
Being able or likely to do harm.
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  1. Being able or likely to do harm.
  2. Involving or filled with danger; perilous.
  3. Full of danger; likely to cause injury, pain, etc.; unsafe; perilous
Marked by danger; perilous.
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  1. Marked by danger; perilous.
  2. Risky, dangerous, with the nature of a hazard.
  3. Risky; dangerous; perilous
Attended with peril; dangerous; risky.
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  1. Attended with peril; dangerous; risky.
  2. (Archaic) Dangerously clever; cunning, mischievous, shrewd, etc.
  3. (Literary) Perilous; dangerous; risky
Full of or involving peril; dangerous or risky.
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  1. Full of or involving peril; dangerous or risky.
  2. Involving peril or risk; dangerous
Dangerous, involving risks.
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  1. Dangerous, involving risks.
  2. Involving risk; hazardous; dangerous
Not safe; dangerous.
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  1. Not safe; dangerous.
Bold; willing to take risks; adventurous.
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  1. Bold; willing to take risks; adventurous.
  2. Involving danger or risk; risky; hazardous
  3. Potentially hazardous; risky.
Venturesome.
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  1. Venturesome.
  2. Adventurous; venturesome; willing to undertake activities involving risk.
Of a person, having a lot of hair on the body.
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  1. Of a person, having a lot of hair on the body.
  2. (Slang) Fraught with difficulties; hazardous:
  3. Difficult, complex, intricate, or intimidating.
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