Definition of "oath-breaking" [oath-breaking]

  • (noun) The violation of an oath; perjury.

Use "oath-breaking" in a sentence

  • "They could broaden their little, lost war to include Iran, and leave the new Democratic administration and freshly minted, bloody-handed, instrumental, oath-breaking, Democrat-controlled Congress with a swarming hornets nest of unpredictable and inextricable relations."
  • "Sticking to his manifesto promise would differentiate Salmond pleasingly from the oath-breaking Mr Brown, and would allow his voters a surrogate vote on sovereignty."
  • "I don't know about you, but I am sick and damn tired of having my intelligence insulted on a daily basis by the self-serving, oath-breaking, law flouting, Constitution-shredding, murderous politicos inside the Beltway."

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