corruptly : Definition, Usages, News and More

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kuh ruhpt lee

  • r  in a corrupt manner

  • Chandra ) or into a corruptly thoughtful relativism (as has happened in the recent past, when, for example, you might hear someone say, Terrible what he did, of course, but .
  • After that, Justice Department investigators found evidence that Hoffa and a few colleagues had tried corruptly to influence two members of the hung jury.
  • We fed them loans, knowing that much of the money would disappear corruptly.
News & Articles


  • Vladimir Putin in New York Times
    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... Patrick Fitzgerald Salem-News.Com Dec 9, 2008 22638 30297 corruptness Referring to Perm fire, Mr. Putin said, This obviously reflects all the vices of our bureaucracy: its incompetence, its corruptness, its merger with business in areas where it is not needed, where it should not be allowed."

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