Definitions of "perjured"
  1. Being accountable for lying, specifically under oath in a legal proceeding
  2. Characterized or tainted by the act of dishonestly stating falsehoods while under oath
How to use "perjured" in a sentence
  1. The suspect was accused of being perjured after the contradictions in his testimonies were discovered.
  2. The jury was skeptical of the witness's account as it appeared perjured.
  3. The counsel cautioned the client against giving a perjured statement in court.

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