corrupted : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality
- v make illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence
- v place under suspicion or cast doubt upon
- v alter from the original
- s containing errors or alterations
spoke a corrupted version of the language
- s ruined in character or quality
- But the scale of his success has not corrupted him into the hectoring piety of some green campaigners, and he has not sought the comforting "certainties" of religion (with .
- The words locate him in a world of corrupted values, violence and boundless infantile indulgence.
- In a Puritan culture that viewed children as evil miniatures corrupted by original sin, Quakers treated them with respect, as Children of Light: no whips, no paddles, no coerced .
News & Articles
- Letter: Government could use a multi-agency overhaul
Amusing and ironic? Perhaps. Absolutely chilling and unbelievable? Without a doubt. The federal government corrupted by scandal upon scandal is crumbling to pieces under the “leadership” of an inept president.
June 11, 2013 - The Buffalo News
- Patrick Leahy in Forbes
Reacting to Monday's developments, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., said that Gonzales' department had "suffered a severe crisis of leadership that allowed our justice system to be corrupted by political influence."
- David Cameron in Metro
Mr Cameron said it was clear that Labour had been "in power too long" and had been "corrupted by power".
- Andrew Cuomo in Wall Street Journal
For decades, the state pension fund has been weakened and corrupted by the sole trustee model,Mr. Cuomo said in a statement. "To put it simply -- the model doesn't work. It's about as senseless as having a single lock on Fort Knox."