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Evidence was destroyed, perjury suborned, and justice defiled.

Worse, since 2006, when the investigation began, various witnesses in other countries were suspected of being suborned.

In the 1950s, people worried that government officials who traveled abroad might have been suborned by communist agents.

He seduced and suborned some of its biggest stars with big paydays delivered to secret bank accounts.

Falfani, my friend of the Calais train, believed he had suborned him at Aix, and now hailed his appearance with much satisfaction.

She suborned Silius, her son's tutor, to accuse him of a licentious life, and of corrupting the army.

Then they suborned men, which said, We have heard him speak blasphemous words against Moses and against God.

So Messalina had suborned her sons tutor, Silius, to accuse Asiaticus of corrupting the army.

Several witnesses were suborned to seize upon some words in his discourses against Moses.


On this page you'll find 102 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to suborned, such as: crooked, fraudulent, nefarious, rotten, shady, and unethical.

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