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Sentence count:120+5 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-10-10Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: betrayaldouble-dealingSimilar words: reasonreasoningseasonseasonalin seasonstreamtreatystreakMeaning: ['trɪːzn]  n. 1. a crime that undermines the offender's government 2. disloyalty by virtue of subversive behavior 3. an act of deliberate betrayal. 
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1, Richter is accused of committing treason against the state.
2, The public prosecutor charged treason against the prisoner.
3, Thirteen people have been charged with treason — an offence which can carry the death penalty.
4, Treason in this country is still punishable by death.
5, He was charged with treason and beheaded.
6, He was executed for treason.
7, He was arraigned for high treason.
8, She was arraigned for high treason.
9, to X-ray the charge of treason against sb.
10, She was found guilty of high treason.
11, The couple were tried for treason.
12, He was beheaded for high treason.
13, Could you demean yourself by committing treason?
14, Guy Fawkes was executed for treason after he took part in a plot to blow up the British Parliament building.
15, The defendant was convicted of high treason and sentenced to death.
16, After the reforms the only capital crimes were treason and murder.
17, How do we know Buckingham committed treason?
18, He was then accused of treason and eventually beheaded.
19, For Americans, Benedict Arnold is a byword for treason.
20, During the Civil War, Milligan hanged for treason.
21, Fleming was flown to Washington and tried for treason.
22, Norris was sentenced to 20 years for treason.
23, The charges against him included treason.
24, The penalty for treason was always death.
25, The new law will put official corruption on the same legal footing as treason.
26, Countless facts have proved that he was not calumniated,( but was justly charged with treason.
27, But I'll never deal with the cases which stink of treason.
28, Probably to the relief of the nationalists, he stood convicted of high treason at last.
29, Refusal in payment, forgery or any other misuse thereby became treason or sacrilege and attracted savage penalties.
30, There was no doubt that these men were guilty of subverting the constitution, if not of outright treason to the republic.
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