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  1. Tek says:
    Turncoat definition is - one who switches to an opposing side or party; specifically: traitor. How to use turncoat in a sentence.
  2. Tojanos says:
    Turncoat definition, a person who changes to the opposite party or faction, reverses principles, etc.; renegade. See more.
  3. Digar says:
    Another word for turncoat. Find more ways to say turncoat, along with related words, antonyms and example phrases at bebersetulinbe.riorarintasinffullcirpurenecluswfram.co, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
  4. Goltizuru says:
    turn·coat (tûrn′kōt′) n. One who traitorously switches allegiance. turncoat (ˈtɜːnˌkəʊt) n a person who deserts one cause or party for the opposite faction; renegade turn•coat (ˈtɜrnˌkoʊt) n. a person who changes to the opposite party or faction, reverses principles, etc.; renegade. [–60] ThesaurusAntonymsRelated.
  5. Mezigis says:
    turncoat meaning: 1. a person who changes from one opinion to an opposite one in a way that shows they are not loyal. Learn more.
  6. Akinogor says:
    a traitor. A backstabber. Traitor, Coward, Snitch Someone who appears to take your side in an argument, then supports the opposing side. Could also be considered a "Traitor", because he may give privileged inside information learned due to his preceived allegiance to the opposing side. (Word comes from changing the appears of your uniform or turning your coat inside out to .
  7. Shaktitaur says:
    ‘The turncoat's getting caught in his own trap.’ ‘Both are part of the same layer of social democratic turncoats.’ ‘This apparent concession is a cynical manoeuvre aimed at saving the faces of any potential turncoats.’.
  8. Najas says:
    Follow/Fav Turncoat. By: elizaye. Switching sides. "I have only one condition, and I trust it won't be hard for you to meet. I want Granger." Rated M for sex/language/torture.

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