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Definition of "corrupted" []

  • Marked by immorality and perversion; depraved. (adjective)
  • Dishonest (adjective)
  • Containing errors. (adjective)
  • Past participle of corrupt (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "corrupted" in a sentence
  • "The brilliant scarlet coral-like berries which are found set closely about the erect spike of the arum in the autumn [35] are known to country lads as adder's meat -- a name corrupted from the Anglo-Saxon _attor_, "poison," as originally applied to these berries, though it is remarkable that pheasants can eat them with impunity."
  • "This elevated platform is also called "Almenar", a word corrupted from the Arabic Al-minbar, the "chair", the "pulpit"."
  • "Andorra, a name corrupted from the Arabic el (al) darra, "a plenteous rainfall," showing how the Moors appreciated this feature of so well wooded and hilly a district after the arid plains of the south."