Entry: suborned (adj.)
In context: "Hal, who personally thinks the term that'd apply here would be suborned, not entrapped - unless the caller were himself a police officer - keeps his own counsel on this point and basically goes along to get along."
Definition: In senses of the verb suborn v.; obtained by corrupt means; †supposititious, counterfeit.
Other: A very pretty first usage:
1589 W. Warner Albions Eng. (new ed.) vi. xxx. 133 She bar'd so sweet a face, As from the sternest Godhood might extort subborned grace.
SNOOT score: 2
Source: Oxford English Dictionary