In a stunning turnaround, Robson recently admitted he had perjured himself at trial.
Remember, in January 1998, impeachment talk started before Clinton had perjured himself.
Three perjured witnesses swore he had plotted against the king's life, but no proof was forthcoming to support their evidence.
We were right, it seems, in putting some stress on that "perjured" when we first met it.
He was pronounced guilty by a majority of the Commissioners, on evidence since proved to have been perjured and forged.
"You would be perjured in that case, sir," I rejoined, as haughtily.
Criminals and perjured persons, if they show zeal for the faith, may be admitted to give evidence.
He has made you out to be a perjured, wilful, cruel bigamist.
Without that pillar absolutely nothing is left, everything falls into perjured ruin.
He said, "He would answer no perjured prelate in the nation."
mid-15c. "swear falsely" (implied in perjured; late 13c. in Anglo-French), from Old French parjurer "to break one's word, renege on a promise" (11c.), from Latin periurare "to swear falsely, break one's oath" (see perjury). Reflexive sense is from 18c.