Antonyms for bribed

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Mr Westlock could tell me, I have no doubt, but I'll not ask him, for he is bribed.

"That some Republican blackguard might be bribed," he concluded, very gently.

The rogue was bribed when he discovered how things were with you, you greasy sots.

The people, who professed to be dying for employment, had to be bribed to come to work.

“To be bribed,” said Hephzibah uncompromisingly, as she returned to her seat.

There is but too much reason to think that he was bribed to destroy you.

Spawn and Perona had bribed the police guards to submit to this attack.

I rather suppose, Mr. Sandford, that you have bribed some of the servants to reveal this.

For what purpose had he bribed the driver of the cab in order to make me lose my train?

And sometimes one had to be bribed to stand watch for the others.