corrupt, adj.

1. Archaic. (Of a person) subject to corruption of blood.

¡°[T]here are divers offences made Treason by Act of Parliament, whereof, though a Man be Attaint, yet his Blood, by Provisoes therein, is not corrupt, nor shall he forfeit any thing….¡± Thomas Blount, Nomo-Lexicon: A Law-Dictionary (1670).

2. Having an unlawful or depraved motive; esp., influenced by bribery.

corrupt, vb.

1. Archaic. To impose corruption of blood on (a person).

2. To change (a person’s morals or principles) from good to bad.

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