Definitions of "suborn"
  1. The act of convincing or persuading someone to perform an illegal act, particularly to lie under oath
  2. The act of procuring false testimony from a witness during a legal proceeding
How to use "suborn" in a sentence
  1. The prosecutor alleged that the defendant attempted to suborn the witnesses in order to strengthen his case.
  2. To have a fair trial, it's crucial for the court to ensure no party has tried to suborn the jury members.
  3. During the investigation, it was discovered that there was an attempt to suborn a public official to influence the outcome.

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