1. a Benedict Arnold
2. a purposefully absent-minded person who swears multiple oaths of allegiance often forgetting previous avowals.
3. a R.I.N.O who speands a large amound of time pandering to the Left.
-verb (used with an object)- estpped
1. to renege on a promise
2. to lose sight of what one once held dear
3. to sell-out before any money has been offered.
-verb (without an object)
1. to up and leave, severing all previous ties without any explanation
2. to commit acts of sedition or, more generally, high-treason
2. Purposefully forgetting
He dediced not to come to the game as he's estepping the football team this year.
Yeah sure I'd support Hillary Clinton's run for office, if I were a complete estep.
The Rosenburgs, while communists, were also enterprising and estepping individuals who helped to escolate the Cold War.