treacherousness
Noun

treacherousness (uncountable)

  1. Treachery; the characteristic of being treacherous.
    • 1901, Bret Harte, "Under the Eaves", in Under the Redwoods,
      He had an aggressive treacherousness of eye which his potations had not subdued.



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