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Embracery Word of the Day

    • Language Learning

Embracery is a noun that refers to an attempt to threaten or bribe a jury.

Coming from Middle English, our word of the day is commonly used in legal contexts. Here’s an example of embracery in use:

Having lunch with members of the jury is never a good idea from a trial attorney because it can create the impression of embacery. Even if your intentions are pure, it may seem is though you’re trying to influence them in an unethical way.

Embracery is a noun that refers to an attempt to threaten or bribe a jury.

Coming from Middle English, our word of the day is commonly used in legal contexts. Here’s an example of embracery in use:

Having lunch with members of the jury is never a good idea from a trial attorney because it can create the impression of embacery. Even if your intentions are pure, it may seem is though you’re trying to influence them in an unethical way.

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