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sub-ōrnō āvī, ātus, āre,

to fit out, furnish, provide, supply, equip: pecuniā Brutum, Anton. ap. C.: a naturā subornatus in vitam venire: legati subornati criminibus, L.—To employ as a secret agent, incite secretly, instigate, suborn: fictus testis subornari solet: Macedonas trīs ad caedem regis, L.: ab eo subornati falsis criminibus occupant aurīs, Cu.: falsum testem Cluvium: ab subornato ab se per fallaciam litteras accepit, by the hand of a secret hireling, L.

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