Word of the Day: perfidious

Pronunciation: per-FID-ee-uhs]

Definition(s): deliberately faithless; treacherous; deceitful, disloyal

Part of Speech: adjective

Sentence: Front-runner fans are perfidious. Last season they cheered for the Ravens, this season they’ll like the 49ers.

Synonyms: disloyal, betraying, unfaithful, traitorous

Antonyms: loyal, allegiant, devoted, unwavering, firm

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