Definition of "bribed" []

  • To promise, offer, or give something, usually money, to (a person) to procure services or gain influence, esp illegally (verb)
  • A reward, such as money or favour, given or offered for this purpose (noun)
  • Any persuasion or lure (noun)
  • A length of flawed or damaged cloth removed from the main piece (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of bribe. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "bribed" in a sentence
  • "And one can easily surmise, the half thats being bribed, is not in the bottom half of the Average income scale."
  • "Another reason why I think Nottingham was probably bribed is that his 3rd ex wife apparently started his whole public exposure when she was going thru his credit card receipts."
  • "The Ministry of Personnel turned it down, but the emperor himself approved it. 113 Ningzhou (department) was initially under direct administration, however, a native chieftain bribed Liu Jin, the influential eunuch, and a native subprefect was resumed that eventually would be abolished in 1522.114"