Related formsper·jured·ly, adverbper·jured·ness, nounnon·per·jured, adjectiveun·per·jured, adjective
Definition for perjured (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), per·jured, per·jur·ing.
Origin of perjure
Related formsper·jure·ment, nounper·jur·er, nounun·per·jur·ing, adjective
Examples from the Web for perjured
In a stunning turnaround, Robson recently admitted he had perjured himself at trial.Gavin Arvizo’s New Beginning: Jackson Abuse Accuser Gets Married at 24|Diane Dimond|December 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Remember, in January 1998, impeachment talk started before Clinton had perjured himself.
It seemed to him that every one would see in his face that he was a recreant priest, perjured and forsworn.The Golden House|Charles Dudley Warner
Every time the Jesuits may impose upon the Pope, they will make all Christendom perjured.Pascal's Penses|Blaise Pascal
Tell me this moment where you have put that trunk, or I will blow your perjured soul from your body—tell me, quick.'I've Been Thinking;|Azel Stevens Roe
And all this I owe to that false, perjured woman that was my wife, and is your mistress.
Better the broken troth—better the nine days' wonder—than the perjured bride, and the loveless, sinful nuptials!Ishmael|Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth
British Dictionary definitions for perjured (1 of 2)
adjective criminal law
- having sworn falsely
- having committed perjury