- v incite to commit a crime or an evil deed
He suborned his butler to cover up the murder of his wife
- v procure (false testimony or perjury)
- v induce to commit perjury or give false testimony
The President tried to suborn false witnesses
- The Administration ordered an investigation into Donald's alleged attempt to suborn perjury.
- The belligerent neighbor's attempt to suborn and subdue the tiny land locked country was in direct contravention to UN resolutions on the matter.
- Moscow's ruthless attempt to suborn, subdue and subordinate this tiny, independent democracy is reminiscent of Stalin's times.