Definition of suborner in US English:

suborner

noun

  • See suborn

    • ‘Don't kid yourself: Human life is full of artificiality, perversion, and misery, much of which is caused by the most sniffish suborners of perjury you'll ever see.’
    • ‘Blackmailing the suborners gets Harris the money, independence and power he craves.’
    • ‘We can live with a perjurer in the White House, and a suborner of perjury, and an obstructor of justice.’
    • ‘He symbolizes the new political aristocracy that includes corporate suborners and media patronizers.’
    • ‘The face of this, as of other prostitutions, varies with the time: perjurers in their youth, they become suborners of perjury in their old age.’

Pronunciation

suborner

/səˈbɔrnər//səˈbôrnər/