corruptly corruptly  /kə ˈrəpt li/


  • (adv) in a corrupt manner


  1. After that, Justice Department investigators found evidence that Hoffa and a few colleagues had tried corruptly to influence two members of the hung jury.
  2. We fed them loans, knowing that much of the money would disappear corruptly.
  3. An interim Nigerian government offered an amnesty to Abacha's cronies and family members who returned corruptly acquired money and property.


  1. 80-Year-Old Admits Filing False Claims Against IRS Workers

    LITTLE ROCK, AR- (Press Release) Fred Neal, Jr., age 80, of Marshall, Texas has plead guilty in a federal Indictment charging he corruptly interfered with the Internal Revenue Laws and filed false liens against government employees.
    on June 19, 2013     Source: CW Arkansas

  2. Rutherford man pleads guilty to attempting to bribe authorities to get out of drugs, weapons charges

    On Monday, June 17, 36-year-old Mahmud Hammad also known as "Mahmoud Abuhabdeh" plead guilty before U.S. District Judge Dennis M. Cavanaugh, to knowingly and corruptly offering, giving and agreeing to give a corrupt payment to influence and reward Passaic County Prosecutor's Office personnel.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: The Record


  • "They allege that Blagojevich put a 'for sale' sign on the naming of a United States Senator; involved himself personally in pay-to-play schemes with the urgency of a salesman meeting his annual sales target; and corruptly used his office in an...
    on Dec 9, 2008 By: Patrick Fitzgerald Source: Salem-News.Com

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