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Use "back-stabbing" in a sentence
"In a back-stabbing business he also seems to genuinely be a comic that other comics like – no mean feat in itself."
"And far from marking a break with the cosy business-as-usual of French politics, Sarkozy's presidency has been mired in corrosive scandals, not least the long-running Clearstream, Karachigate and Bettencourt affairs, stuffed full of complex allegations of corruption, back-stabbing and wire-tapping."
"This from a man who has shown himself to be devious, slippery, back-stabbing and unconcerned with such things as market research."