Corrupt and Reliable


Corrupt adjective - Having or showing lowered moral character or standards.

Reliable is an antonym for corrupt.


Reliable adjective - Worthy of one's trust.

Corrupt is an antonym for reliable in trustworthy topic.

Both words in one sentence

  • Critical Research Failure The country is an over the top Banana Republic, with nearly every adult male being either an extortioner working for a crime family of a corrupt cop asking for a bribe, and the only reliable ones work for Interpol, which does all the things Interpol does in fiction but not in real life.
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