perjury

[ pur-juh-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF perjury

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The only perjury is Snawley's, and I fancy he is pretty well used to it.

They could not, above all, endure this immensity of perjury and sacrilege.

Then you were guilty of perjury at that time, or you are guilty of perjury now?

He had not been taught that treason and perjury were the proofs of honor and honesty.

They were subject to a single will; moved often by perjury, and sometimes by passion.

She swore she was innocent; but her guilt was only held to be aggravated by perjury.

Oates was now examined before the King, who detected him in perjury.

But the alarm must soon have worn out had it only been supported by perjury.

Men were put in the pillory for perjury, libel, and the like.

A clear alibi was established; and perjury had certainly been committed.

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