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


  • An instance of betrayal of one who has been led to believe that the betrayer was assisting them.
  • The hybrid product of double-crossing.


  • double + cross
  • Possibly from the Double-Cross System.

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