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Spell check of corrupt

Correct spelling: corrupt

Synonyms:
mist, unclean, sold-out, debauch, deformed, mishandle, traitorous, undermine, purchase, cosset, cockeyed, vitiate, guilty, sick, influence, grease one's palms, good, hunched, felonious, mollycoddle, weaken, incline, rakehell, deflower, implicated, mess up, throw back on, screw up, backward-compatible, sinful, profane, cheating, buffer, befoul, display, lawbreaking, dirty, impeachable, bring down, scotch, sordid, bodge, sophisticate, praetorian, libertine, insincere, deceitful, debauched, degrade, venal, wrong, jackleg, cloud, misdirect, sully, clean, base, overcast, demoralize, clickable, bungle, demoralise, bad, seduce, pamper, wicked, misteach, unethical, stooping, distort, decode, sinister, dismay, muck up, tarnish, decadent, asymmetrical, fumble, corruptible, sabotage, overthrow, foil, cast down, frustrate, unscrupulous, evildoing, immoral, improper, honest, crash, botch up, deprave, black, bend, reprobate, ball up, clandestine, prevaricating, incriminated, cocker, underhand, dispirit, nefarious, maculate, baffle, harm, reprehensible, damnable, pervert, disfigure, dissipated, debased, downgraded, wrongdoing, debase, bollix up, bollocks up, contaminate, warp, miseducate, demoralized, untruthful, low, infect, doctor, compatible, augean, foul, unwholesome, deliver, unhealthy, asperse, dilapidated, obnubilate, round-shouldered, besmirch, compatibility, overturn, degenerate, disfigured, mold, denigrate, iniquitous, decayed, rakish, calumniate, misdoing, lopsided, vitiated, abuse, dishonest, stain, declined, mislead, deteriorated, hold sway, smear, depraved, boot, baby, underhanded, indecent, alloy, taint, misaddress, antivirus, obnoxious, misrepresent, featherbed, miscreant, degraded, violate, tainted, louse up, flub, fluff, bursty, befog, emulate, blameworthy, red-handed, hypocritical, deform, dissolute, corrupted, scandalous, mercenary, botch, illicit, lead astray, asynchronous, misadvise, coddle, putrefied, perverse, unprincipled, spoil, falsify, freakish, injure, contort, outrage, buy, double-faced, putrid, crooked, culpable, defile, enter, evil, flagitious, defame, twist, implant, fallacious, unreliable, pretorian, tamper with, adulterate, loose, devious, crook, unauthorized, unlawful, invalidate, bent, bollix, load, haze over, abort, sneaky, bilk, cross, decay, distorted, warped, awry, twist around, imperfect, wrongful, extortionate, atrophied, get down, case-sensitive, predispose, thwart, deceive, contorted, perverted, fraudulent, deceiving, mottle, subvert, becloud, misleading, despoil, countermine, crafty, self, defective, bribable, counteract, misuse, treacherous, shocking, dubious, mar, retrogressed, criminal, stooped, blow, dapple, shady, depress, foul up, unconstitutional, mark, fog, decompose, purchasable, villainous, void, condition, active, dishonorable, putrefy, motivate, misinform, abase, desecrate, close, bribe, cunning, round-backed, indulge, slander, itch, bobble, bought, flawed, smirch, plunder, deject, irregular, best-of-breed, stretch, fixed, rot, untrustworthy, hurt, damage, convolute, rotten, bumble, obscure, molder, impair, sadistic, dilute, turncoat, mangle, misguide, go bad, illegal, misshapen.

Antonyms:
honest, antiseptic, good, principled, incorruptible, perfect, virtuous, ethical, unspoiled, uncorrupted, straight, incorrupt, fresh, righteous, uncorrupt, moral, pure.

Examples of usage:

1) If it is practically found that He is the force that lifts thousands and thousands of human beings out of sin; if He has, in point of fact, brought light to those in deep darkness, comfort and courage to the desolate and heavily burdened, consecration and purity to the outcast and the corrupt, then, plainly, He is what He claims to be, and we owe Him our faith. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I", Marcus Dods.

2) The Russian State was the most arbitrary, oppressive, and corrupt in Europe, and the Russian Church was the most ignorant and superstitious; but here at last was a Russian institution which was regarded with envy even by wise men of the west, and was really a practical anticipation of that very social system which was the last work of European philosophy. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

3) It is a true, if not an inspired saying that " evil communications corrupt good manners." - "Memoirs of Orange Jacobs", Orange Jacobs.

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