Corrupt [adjective]

Definition of Corrupt:


Opposite/Antonyms of Corrupt:

Sentence/Example of Corrupt:

He will tell you that evil communications corrupt good manners, and pitch defiles.

It is tolerably certain that this is a corrupt form of the passage, and only makes the matter darker.

The administration had been too corrupt, the exactions too heavy to be longer borne, when reform appeared to be within reach.

Their speech is a dialect called Chabucano—a mixture of very corrupt Spanish and native tongues.

And the degraded society, like the robe which once covered the living body, but is afterwards cast off, is faded and corrupt.

He speaks of false prophets, answering out of their own heads and according to their own corrupt inclinations.

The law of God addressed to corrupt ecclesiastical societies, is not a covenant, but essentially a law.

Lange thinks these lines corrupt; but I believe the idiom is correct.

Thus, to import insanity or incompetency to a professional man, or that a public official is dishonest and corrupt is actionable.

He can't corrupt you, and you couldn't get a better insight into corruption than through him; so fire away.