To be sure they all knew he was a perjurer, and very few of them would shake hands with him.
"You speak with marvellous accuracy, Master Lawson," returned the perjurer.
The council of Constance then deposed him, as a perjurer, an incurable schismatic and a heretic (26th July 1417).
Guido swooned and awoke in his cell, an assassin, a thief, a perjurer.
And furthermore: two false witnesses will furnish sufficient proof, and a perjurer will do just as well.
You will there find seated a God who is merciless to the perjurer.
To be selected for a perjurer, besides bringing certain and swift glory, is as good as winning the capital prize in a lottery.
His work would not have been done, if another had stepped in to chastise the perjurer.
What a hellish thing to make that pure girl a liar—a perjurer!
Glabrio denounced Cato as a perjurer, but yet retired from his candidature.
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.