Definition of "embraceor"
  1. An individual responsible for corruptly influencing a juror
How to use "embraceor" in a sentence
  1. The verdict was under scrutiny because it was suspected that an embraceor had manipulated a jury member.
  2. The prosecution suggested the presence of an embraceor, casting doubts on the fairness of the deliberations.
  3. The defense argued that their client was not guilty and any allegations of being an embraceor were unfounded.

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