corruptness


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Synonyms for corruptness

departure from what is legally, ethically, and morally correct

Synonyms for corruptness

the state of being corrupt

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lack of integrity or honesty (especially susceptibility to bribery)

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Her feelings for Sam likewise resemble Temple's for Popeye or Red: he is a symbol of "excitement and depravity," a "corruptness" that she craves.
Congress's corruptness is now proved," said Fadnavis.
The tapes indicated that while Panetti did quote scripture and make religious comments, he did not rant or preach, and the conversations involved extended discussion about the trial judge's corruptness and ineptitude.
Therefore, it is more than obvious that the level of corruptness of the Russian political leadership is quite high, because if
The criteria for a promotion during Ali Abdulla Saleh's regime were the absence of good conduct and general corruptness. Such criteria were required by Saleh when making appointments.
Therefore, use of this metaphor not only binds the nationalist discourse as well as the "nation" with patriarchy, it also accuses any move away from the imposed patriarchic normality of the NOD--that is, being a man--with evil, perverse corruptness. This can be seen clearly in the 65th tweet, when the user says, "it is hard on us that a man like you is treated like a man in Turkish media.
As you get older,you will see the evidence that your parent was a tyrant who loss their ethos and instead followed the path of moral corruptness. They conspired to hide and suppress the truth of misconduct on others behalf's.
Corruptness of some officials and some incoordination used to interrupt the investment climate.
State power bodies will receive an official corruptness rating, which will in particular be defined by internet users, a high-ranking government source said.
For Colasan and others, as epitomized in the homophobic idiom libos, liberalism was associated with the debasing of all social and ethical values, corruptness and femininity.
There is a recognition in many areas of law that transparency is beneficial, and thus bribes or secret rebates are prohibited for their disruptive impact on competition, as well as their inherent corruptness.
Riots, political corruptness, and racial territories between the black and white communities are all addressed in this story.
Let me quote from Peter France's New Oxford Companion to Literature in French (1995): La Regle du jeu is "about an aristocratic house-party that is a microcosm of the corruptness and exhaustion of French society on the eve of World War II." (3) Here is Philip Kemp, in the liner notes to the 2003 BFI DVD of the film: "The seemingly elegant, old-world gathering is riven with rancour and hatreds, social, political, and racial.
companies often face unfair advantages due to growing regulations, high taxes, political corruptness and other obstacles that weaken a company's competitiveness in the global marketplace.
I don't have the energy to go yet again into why violating NCAA rules does not necessarily say anything about your moral character, or even your sportsmanship, but rather about the insane, inherent corruptness of the NCAA itself.