- n. Plural form of corruption.
“I have come to the conclusion that the only way to rid our Congress of its current forms of corruptions is through a Constitutional Amendment that says simply that candidates for US Representative and US Senator can only receive campaign contributions from individuals whom they will be representing in Congress.”
“[Footnote 327: Or interpreter, now commonly called dragoman, druggeman, or trucheman, all of which are corruptions from the Arabic”
“But, you should know that, like me, Jefferson was only against the "corruptions" of Christianity, and against the religious bigotry and hypocrisy of arrogant, self-important and self-righteous people who claimed to be Christian authorities.”
“To prepare a new edition of a poet's work, a scholar may spend years in the archives, weeding out the 'corruptions' planted by previous editors and scribes, only to see his own decisions denounced by the next generation of editors.”
“So in the same institution, you have people who are becoming new kinds of heroes and old kind of corruptions inside the FBI.”
“We have seen how seven changes of Joyce's hand cluster on one page of what purports to remove seven "corruptions" per page.”
“Many fantasized "corruptions" will turn out to be Joyce's own revisions.”
“Much worse "corruptions" have been made by antiquaries, in order to suit their false etymologies.”
“The subject of Hitler makes moralists of us all ” moralists with a facility that is perhaps the last of the corruptions which is Hitler's legacy.”
“Roger Williams, the founder of Rhode Island, for example, worried that “worldly corruptions… might consume the churches if sturdy fences against the wilderness were not maintained.””
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