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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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It is the morally based subcategory of the third category, which in general terms might be presented as the poet's criticism of imperial materialism and corruptness, that is at present of the greatest interest to me.
65) In part, the Seneca Revolution occurred in response to the corruptness of the chiefs in selling all of the remaining Seneca lands in the Treaty of Buffalo Creek in 1838.
I thought it was very witty - as you might expect from Oscar Wilde - with a frighteningly up-to-date plot based on political corruptness and social dramas.
And he criticized Arafat's administration of the West Bank and Gaza, denouncing him for corruptness and for brutality, for acting as an Israeli gendarme, for selling Palestinians short.
He now has to deal with the corruptness and shortcomings of the Church as well as face the Protestant world, to which his family and old friends still belong.
However, Nabb also portrays the complicity and corruptness of some representatives of law enforcement, which works against narrative closure.
However, a country that respects itself should not fail to comply with its commitments referring to irresponsibility and corruptness of the previous country's leadership.
Beware, politicians of LosAngeles and Sacramento, your corruptness is becoming more and more apparent to us voters and our only recourse is to get you out of office.