Definition of perjurious in English:

perjurious

adjective

Law
  • See perjury

    • ‘The purpose of all of this is to catch them in some misstatement, no matter how trivial, which can then be labeled as false or even perjurious.’
    • ‘The benefits of the Witness Protection Programme cannot be perceived as encouragement to give perjurious evidence.’
    • ‘That when push comes to shove, the bureau will take the perjurious word of her slimy psychotic husband.’
    • ‘The credible testimony presented by defence witnesses establishes conclusively that prosecution witnesses lied, and that the prosecutor suborned the perjurious testimony.’
    • ‘It that it allows us to seek out and discredit false and perjurious statements.’

Pronunciation

perjurious

/pəːˈdʒʊərɪəs/