Corrupt and Improper


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Corrupt adjective – Having or showing lowered moral character or standards.
Improper and corrupt are semantically related In some cases you can use "Improper" instead an adjective "Corrupt".
Nearby Words: corruption, corrupted, corrupting, corruptness, corruptible
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Improper adjective – Not appropriate for a particular occasion or situation.
Corrupt and improper are semantically related in unethical topic. Sometimes you can use "Corrupt" instead an adjective "Improper".
Nearby Word: improperly
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actions corrupt actions improper actions
version corrupt version improper version
ways corrupt ways improper ways

Both words in one sentence

  • In the Dirk Pitt Adventures book Sahara, the plot-driving ecological disaster is caused by the Corrupt Corporate Executive's improper disposal of nuclear waste that subsequently leaked into the water supply.
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