We’ve collected the best Betray Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Letitia James, Livy, Dan Gilbert, Wentworth Miller, John Dryden. Use them as an inspiration.
Under the not-so-watchful eye of ACS, children continue to die avoidable deaths. This is beyond unacceptable and betrays our moral conscience.
A fraudulent intent, however carefully concealed at the outset, will generally, in the end, betray itself.
As a creator, I always want to betray fans‘ expectations.
Being a successful Hollywood actress may be challenging, but little did I know that the very body that had always been my calling card would betray me.
I’ll never tell a lie. I’ll never make a misleading statement. I’ll never betray the confidence that any of you had in me. And I’ll never avoid a controversial issue.
The beauty of performance for me is finding details with which to betray character.
Actors betray. Technicians don’t. Movies are made by technicians.
In politics it is necessary either to betray one’s country or the electorate. I prefer to betray the electorate.
Where I grew up, the one unmistakable sign of homosexuality was to betray some interest in your appearance.
My children came out as individuals in their own right. They were not my products. They had their own characters and were very strong-minded. I gave them a lot of freedom when they were still very young. The one thing they got from me is morals. They would never betray anyone. They are really good people.
When you betray somebody else, you also betray yourself.
You don’t have to have a physical relationship with someone other than your spouse or significant other to betray him or her.
The ability of the press to print their stories without the government trying to get them to betray their sources is as essential to a free press as the ink it is printed with. Otherwise, who will hold accountable those who hold power over us?
When Zionism becomes co-extensive with Jewishness, Jewishness is pitted against the diversity that defines democracy, and if I may say so, betrays one of the most important ethical dimensions of the diasporic Jewish tradition: namely, the obligation of co-habitation with those different from ourselves.
Intolerance betrays want of faith in one’s cause.