Corrupt and Unfair


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Corrupt adjective – Having or showing lowered moral character or standards.
Unfair and corrupt are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Unfair" instead an adjective "Corrupt".
Nearby Words: corruption, corrupted, corrupting, corruptness, corruptible
Synonyms for Corrupt


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Unfair adjective – Not being in accordance with the rules or standards of what is fair in sport.
Corrupt and unfair are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Corrupt" instead an adjective "Unfair".
Nearby Words: unfairness, unfairly
Synonyms for Unfair

Things that words describes

nature corrupt nature unfair nature
system corrupt system unfair system
world corrupt world unfair world
boss corrupt boss unfair boss
Other nouns: version, ways, practices.

Both words in one sentence

  • Lawful Evil In most cases he seeks to tear down the existing order (which he sees as unfair and corrupt) and replace it with his own.
    Source: Lawful Evil
  • And his plan involved letting the world be destroyed along with countless innocent people in it simply because it was based on an unfair and corrupt system.
  • Useful Notes / The Earl Grey In addition to straightening out a rather corrupt and unfair system that could in part be blamed for the American Revolution he also presided the total abolition of slavery in the British Empire in 1833 and gave his name to the aromatic blend of tea before retiring in 1834.
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