I know not how well the gentleman may be practised in the arts of subornation, but I myself know of no such man.
How does it concern my nephew's seat in Parlyment: and to subornation of bigamy?
That no person convicted of perjury, or subornation of perjury, shall be capable of voting in any election.
However, we could not prevent the success of all their attempts at subornation.
He should be careful lest he incur the moral guilt of subornation of perjury, if not the legal offence.
If one may judge from the experience of Bougainville, this kind of subornation would be somewhat difficult of accomplishment.
The testimony of their own witnesses convicted them of subornation of perjury to destroy Smith.
This subornation of falsehood appears also to have been known to Mr. Hastings.
The Duke of Kent, the Queen's father, declared that he was no party to the subornation of witnesses against his own brother.
I had long cherished a reverence for him, which not even animosity and subornation on his part could utterly destroy.
"to procure by bribery, to lure (someone) to commit a crime," 1520s (implied in subornation), from Middle French suborner (13c.), from Latin subornare "suborn," originally "equip," from sub "under, secretly" (see sub-) + ornare "equip," related to ordo "order" (see order). Related: Suborned; suborning.