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corrupt

1. (of a text or manuscript) made meaningless or different in meaning from the original by scribal errors or alterations
2. (of computer programs or data) containing errors

corrupt

[kə′rəpt]
(computer science)
To destroy or alter information so that it is no longer reliable.
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And voters in South Asia must not elect candidates having corrupt or corruptible background.
With every disturbance made to the Government and personally to his highness the Prime Minister, with your texts in newspapers, on the internet or on TV and radio shows, you risk public degradation, to be declared as an enemy, informer, rioter, unbeliever, undignified, corruptible .
1 Peter 1 describes this: "Having been born again, not of corruptible seed, but incorruptible, through the word of God which lives and abides forever.
For their part, Afghanistan's leaders proved to be all too corruptible.
Professor of Philosophy Jeffrey Bland-Ballard discusses this practice with criticism, feeling that this practice, one accepted on many levels of society, is easily corruptible and stands against a lawful society.
The corruptible body burdens the soul," the Wisdom writer notes from the conveniently serene perch of sacred scripture.
I am the most corruptible judge in Bulgaria," the wasted magistrate says in the video, apparently, shot without his knowledge.
Firstly, experience shows that organized crime is usually several steps ahead of the law, especially in lower-income countries, where there is an almost endless supply of corruptible officials and willing suppliers (poachers and the rural poor).
And the Bunyan who, in single-minded pursuit of Christ, assimilates the fleshly and the worthless--with distinctly unsociable consequences--mingles uneasily in these pages with a Bunyan thinking politically and pastorally, who understands that bodily flesh, although corruptible and liable to be tempted and bewitched, may nevertheless perform the significant function of serving notice to the world of sectarian holiness, revealing to citizens and magistrates a sanctified face of godly sociability.
Unlike the older work, that allows the viewer to examine the corruptible self, Duisen demands that the individual examine the corrupt whole and understand his or her role in its demise.
I'm afraid the methods I have used to square away the parliamentary auditors must remain strictly between me and a rather delicious and corruptible Westminster accounting popsy.
It's too easy to game the system, for speculators to make money by manipulating offset markets, and to concoct unverifiable carbon offset schemes, or Madoff-style scams, with the assistance of corruptible officials in poor and desperate nations.