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doctoring

noun as in corruption

noun as in treatment

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Example Sentences

Ahead of the finals, more fans are doctoring photos of the two pontiffs wearing national team colored skullcaps.

Seflie-expert Kim Kardashian is being called out for doctoring photos on Instagram.

The count considered Lincoln an “honest man of nature, perhaps an empiric, doctoring with innocent juices from herbs.”

He also did some script doctoring on The Bourne Ultimatum—who knew he had such a fondness for action franchises?

Yes, some people want to be doctors because they just love doctoring.

He was with me in the first Asturian campaign—a fellow who has a fortune, and loves doctoring as a pastime.

I believe most of the fellows are just at the first, but they get over it after a bit without much doctoring.

Not having anything else to do, and her uselessness vexing her, she took to doctoring the poor and concocting medicines.

A fair criticism, a complete defence, and some high praise of the doctoring trade.

Meanwhile Denham had been doctoring his prize with some subtle chemical substance by way of preservative.

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On this page you'll find 84 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to doctoring, such as: pollution, debasement, decay, defilement, distortion, and falsification.

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

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