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Double Cross

Double Cross - to lie or cheap; to say you will one thing and you do something else

  • I do not like it when people double cross me.
  • My boss told me he would pay me for the time I was sick, but he double crossed me. He never payed me.
  • My teacher would never double cross anyone.
  • The phone company double crossed me. I am very angry.
  • When you travel you have to be careful that people do not double cross you.
  • The guy i bought my car from tried to double cross me. I was very lucky he did not cheat me.

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