Vocab Presentation 6
Guess the word
tr. v. To induce a person in secret to commit a misdeed or a crime
as seen in the picture...
to induce someone to give false testimony
In each case, the action is not being done by free-will. A second party has bribed or convinced someone to partake in these actions.
ORNARE <L. "furnish"
(because the word is often referencing bribes)
Which sentence uses suborn incorrectly?
A. Tommy suborned Billy to pull on Sally's pigtails by giving him his leftover peanut butter and jelly sandwich and a lollipop.
B. Bryan suborned his life-long enemy on the stands, purely because of his immense hatred.
C. Jimmy was suborned into hacking government computers, but his better judgment quickly allowed him to opt out of the bargain.
D. John suborned David to convict his ex-wife in exchange for cruise tickets that were meant for their upcoming anniversary.