Wordy Wednesday-Perfidy


Today’s word: Perfidy (noun): PURR-fih-dee

1) Perfidy is a calculated breach of faith or trust; Treachery

“He decided to forgive his wife’s perfidy, choosing to ascribe it to a moment of uncharacteristic weakness.”


I love words! And I love to read! So each Wednesday I’m going to grab an unfamiliar or unusual word I’ve discovered and post it with the pronunciation and definition found at http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/perfidy).

Happy Reading, Cyndi


3 thoughts on “Wordy Wednesday-Perfidy

  1. I actually used that word in my last manuscript. My hero had a hard time trusting women because he couldn’t forget about his ex-wife’s perfidy.

    The sins of one woman always seem to reflect on the rest of us somehow. Why is that? Makes for good romance book fodder though.

    Patricia Rickrode
    w/a Jansen Schmidt

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