Criminal and prohibition

suborn
(v)
sǝ-BORN
Meaning

persuade someone to act unlawfully (especially to lie in court)

1st Sample Sentence

The film star's goons immediately went to find the witnesses in order to suborn them, telling them that if they named the actor in their court testimony, they and their families would be killed.

Root

sub (under, secretly)#ornare (equip) (Latin)

Mnemonics

SUBORN=SUB (sab in hindi)+ORN (ornaments). All people who do not have enough pay or salary wear ornaments by taking a bribe. ALITER: SAB witness ko ORNaments distribute karna as bribe.

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