bastardisation bastardisation


  • (n) an act that debases or corrupts


  1. Thompson added: "By staying in Wales and honouring a contract that has long been held with the workers there, it will retain its code of decency and high standards." "Anything else is a betrayal of the workforce and a bastardisation of the...
    on Jan 7, 2007 By: Emma Thompson Source: ic Wales

  2. Mr Adair said Stone told police: "I see Adams and McGuinness as republican war criminals, they don't deserve to be in a devolved Government, it would be a bastardisation of democracy".
    on May 12, 2008 By: Michael Stone Source: Sky News

  3. "The whole idea that we now have to borrow money or stretch out our hat and say please give us money to do security, safety, is really a bastardisation of an international organisation that is supposed to be a spearhead of peace and security,"...
    on Jun 16, 2009 By: Mohamed ElBaradei Source: Reuters South Africa

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