be treasonous

See: disobey
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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.