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perjury
used in The Count of Monte Cristo

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Definition
the criminal offense of telling lies after formally promising to tell the truth — such as when testifying in a court trial
  • Oh, merciful heavens, was I not accessory to his death by my supine insensibility, by my contempt for him, not remembering, or not willing to remember, that it was for my sake he had become a traitor and a perjurer?
    Chapters 111-112 (86% in)

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