be treasonous

See: disobey
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Critics in the media, many viewed as proxies for the military establishment, have been calling for the president to be investigated, suggesting the memo could be treasonous.
Still, even Bellamy is contradictory on whether words alone (10) could be treasonous, as opposed to being merely evidence of treason; see, again, page 32 of Tudor Law, a passage cited by Karen Cunningham's Imaginary Practices (2002), pages 12 and 150, note 46, to make a point similar to Lemon's.