Definition of corrupted:
Synonyms for corrupted:
- contaminated (part of speech: verb)
- mistaught (part of speech: verb)
- perverted (part of speech: verb)
- deformed (part of speech: verb)
He saw a priesthood wallowing in sloth, corrupted, bigoted, and abandoned to every vice; a nobility haughty, ignorant, vicious, and tyrannical; a king weak, superstitious, and profligate; a people sunk in apathy, and the grossest superstition, without courage or intelligence to assert their rights.- "The Prime Minister", W.H.G. Kingston.
Since Rome was of limited area, and, still more because the world corrupted without its proper salt, he allowed no man under the age of fifty to live within its walls for more than one month in each year, except those who received his permit.- "Lord of the World", Robert Hugh Benson.
It pained him much to perceive that one who had always been considered a frank, true- hearted young man, and who left the forest to fight in defence of his king, was now turned a traitor, and had joined the ranks of the enemy; and Jacob thought how much better it had been for James Southwold if he had never quitted the New Forest, and had not been corrupted by evil company" He was a good lad" thought Jacob" and now he is a traitor and a hypocrite"- "The Children of the New Forest", Captain Marryat.