Thesaurus / bribery
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All the officials are on their guard; they are highly placed, and are not likely to be got at by bribery.

Give him a free hand and tell him to deliver the goods by any means short of bribery.

The single sentry he could suborn, or else—if bribery failed—poniard.

Love-at-ArmsRaphael Sabatini

An age of bribery terminates in one colossal crime of corruption!

Caesar's ColumnIgnatius Donnelly

Jim offered any bribery that might suffice, but ahead of him went his notoriety.

Thenceforth that measure could be carried through the Irish Parliament only by coercion or bribery.

It serves to obscure the criminal character of bribery by treating bribery with offices as a legitimate practice.

The Government of China, Mr. Norman testifies, is a vast system of competitive examination tempered by bribery.

Bribery is promising or giving a reward to a public officer, to influence his opinion, vote or judgment.

And, where they were unable to hold their own by intimidation, they resorted to bribery.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.