suborner


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sub·orn

 (sə-bôrn′)
tr.v. sub·orned, sub·orn·ing, sub·orns
1. To induce (a person) to commit an unlawful or evil act.
2. Law
a. To procure (perjured testimony): suborn perjury.
b. To induce (a person) to commit perjury.

[Latin subōrnāre : sub-, secretly; see sub- + ōrnāre, to equip; see ar- in Indo-European roots.]

sub′or·na′tion (sŭb′ôr-nā′shən) n.
sub·orn′er n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.suborner - someone who pays (or otherwise incites) you to commit a wrongful actsuborner - someone who pays (or otherwise incites) you to commit a wrongful act
criminal, crook, felon, malefactor, outlaw - someone who has committed a crime or has been legally convicted of a crime
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References in classic literature ?
Come in, you false witness, you perjurer, you suborner of evidence, come in!'
For one, Bikoy's storyline is polluted and it's source comes from the very mouth of an alleged suborner himself.
It added that Bikoy's storyline was polluted and its source came from the 'very mouth of an alleged suborner himself.'