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Definition of "subornation" [sub•or•na•tion]

  • The act of suborning (noun)
  • The procuring of someone to do a criminal act, especially to commit perjury (noun)

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Use "subornation" in a sentence
  • "On its face, "points to make in an affidavit" is what lawyers call subornation of perjury."
  • "Yet today, the Post reported that this kind of subornation of false statements was a standard operating procedure for Hillary (as well as Bill)."
  • "If one may judge from the experience of Bougainville, this kind of subornation would be somewhat difficult of accomplishment."