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Definition of "suborner" [sub•orn•er]

  • One who suborns. (noun)

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Use "suborner" in a sentence
  • "Reno's boss, a perjurer, suborner of perjury, obstructor of justice (when is that disbarment hearing?), set the stage for government violence against Elian's relatives."
  • "A skilled suborner of clerks, Victor had assembled enough information to cover the desk, starting with a photocopy of the internal passport for Nikolai Sergeevich Isakov, an ethnic Russian born in Tver."
  • "The suborner of: extortion, wholesale bribery, beatings, bombings, management side deals and epic abuse of union funds."