January 18, 2011

Idiom: two-faced


Meaning: deceitful; disloyal; someone who pretends to be a friend but isn't

Example: In the latter part of the Harry Potter story, Severus Snape was eventually shown to be two-faced with regard to Voldemort, as his loyalty was truly with Dumbledore.

Last week's idioms:
Get real!
head honcho
kid (noun)