Thursday, March 19, 2009


Be∙tray (transitive verb)- be∙tray, be∙trayed, be∙traying, be∙trays


  1. Help enemy

    To harm or be disloyal to a country or another person by helping an enemy or giving information that is confidential

  2. Surrender somebody or something treacherously

    To deliver somebody or something to an enemy

            •He betrayed his own brother to the secret police.

  3. Go against promise

    To act in a way that is contrary to a promise made

  4. Reveal something

        To show something, often unintentionally



    I'd like to point out that I feel betrayed. Not by friends but by family. Why is it so hard to just be honest? If you can't trust your own family then who can you trust?