perjure definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • Law which will make (oneself) bad of perjury by intentionally testifying falsely under oath.
    • resulting in to break an oath or a vow; to cause to make oath knowingly as to the is untrue; to help make accountable of perjury; to forswear; to corrupt; -- often made use of reflexively.
    • to produce a false oath to; to deceive by oaths and protestations.
  • verb:
    • To knowingly and willfully make a false statement of experience whilst in judge.
    • knowingly inform an untruth in a legal court and render oneself bad of perjury
  • noun:
    • A perjured individual.
    • A perjured person.
    • A perjured person.
  • others:
    • To swear falsely; be untrue to oaths or vows; bear false experience.
    • To render responsible of the criminal activity of testifying falsely under oath or solemn affirmation, particularly in judicial or formal procedures, or of being false to at least one's oaths or vows; forswear: widely used reflexively: because, the experience perjured himself.
    • To swear falsely to; deceive by untrue oaths or protestations.
    • Synonyms Perjure, Forswear. Perjure is technical and certain; purely, it's restricted to using a legal oath falsely; sometimes its useful for forswear. Forswear is basic, but somewhat antique.

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