bribable bribable


  • (adj) capable of being corrupted



  • His captors are bribable, but Mother Courage haggles too long over the price, and the boy dies before the firing squad.


  • "It certainly doesn't simplify anything," Cardinale said. "I don't picture John Adler as being a crook. I don't picture him as being bribable. But there might be some people who would think that doesn't look right."
    on Mar 15, 2008 By: Gerald Cardinale Source: Asbury Park Press

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