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  • adj. Alternative spelling of perjurious.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as perjurious.


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  • But what ` s happening, Jane, if you watch the genesis of this whole investigation, they have known long in advance -- and people have started to lock themselves and back into situations that are perjurous [SIC], that are possibly indictable.

    CNN Transcript Jan 12, 2009

  • If Clinton could be impeached for his perjurous lying and questionable ethics, Bush and his administration are worthy of a war crimes tribunal.

    Scott McClellan and the Impetus for Impeachment

  • As things stand now, divorced mothers are not pushed to allow the visitation that has been ordered. women are not prosecuted for perjurous testimony against their ex regarding child molestation, DV, or spousal rape.

    Amanda is on Men’s Rights Radio Today!

  • Furthermore, something even in the official's self-possessed and somewhat ostentatious manner in making his specifications strangely reminded him of a bandsman, a perjurous witness in a capital case before a courtmartial ashore of which when a lieutenant, he, Captain Vere, had been a member.

    Billy Budd

  • The only reason Rove would do such a thing is to try to “correct” some perjurous statements he’s already made and which he knows that he’s going to be nailed on.

    Think Progress » BREAKING: Karl Rove to Give Additional Testimony


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