corruption[ kuh-ruhp-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF corruption
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORRUPTION
The name is a Spanish corruption ofAshiwi, their own name for themselves.
And am I to be hurried along by this stream of corruption to infamy and oblivion!
This is a corruption of the old Norman-French word oyez, “hear ye.”
His children are shadows—their life a dance, a sickness, a corruption.
By what I have ingenuously told you, you may see who began this corruption.
It is the idleness, luxury and corruption of large cities which cause it to degenerate.
It is not our business here to probe the corruption of any particular Government.
The point which has to be considered, is the origin of this corruption in nature.
A better art than that of Egypt has taken fear and corruption out of it.
He repeats the complaint which has been made in all ages, that the love of money is the corruption of states.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR CORRUPTION
- dirty dealing
- dirty pool
- dirty trick
- dirty work
- fast shuffle
- shell game
- skin game
- stab in the back
- sweet talk