bribe

Bribe vs Indusemnt - What's the difference?

bribe | indusemnt |

Blackmail vs Bribe - What's the difference?

blackmail | bribe |


As nouns the difference between blackmail and bribe

is that blackmail is (archaic) a certain rate of money, corn, cattle, or other thing, anciently paid, in the north of england and south of scotland, to certain men who were allied to robbers, or moss troopers, to be by them protected from pillage while bribe is something (usually money) given in exchange for influence or as an inducement to dishonesty.

As verbs the difference between blackmail and bribe

is that blackmail is to extort money or favors from (a person) by exciting fears of injury other than bodily harm, such as injury to reputation, distress of mind, false accusation, etc; as, to blackmail a merchant by threatening to expose an alleged fraud while bribe is to give a to.

Bribe vs Buyout - What's the difference?

bribe | buyout |


As nouns the difference between bribe and buyout

is that bribe is something (usually money) given in exchange for influence or as an inducement to dishonesty while buyout is (finance) the acquisition of a controlling interest in a business or corporation by outright purchase or by purchase of a majority of issued shares of stock.

As a verb bribe

is to give a to.

Sweetener vs Bribe - What's the difference?

sweetener | bribe |


As nouns the difference between sweetener and bribe

is that sweetener is a food additive that sweetens, especially an artificial substitute for sugar while bribe is something (usually money) given in exchange for influence or as an inducement to dishonesty.

As a verb bribe is

to give a to.

Swetener vs Bribe - What's the difference?

swetener | bribe |

Bribe vs Buckshee - What's the difference?

bribe | buckshee |


As nouns the difference between bribe and buckshee

is that bribe is something (usually money) given in exchange for influence or as an inducement to dishonesty while buckshee is a gift or bribe.

As a verb bribe

is to give a to.

As an adjective buckshee is

(slang) extra, spare.

Bribe vs Briber - What's the difference?

bribe | briber |


As nouns the difference between bribe and briber

is that bribe is something (usually money) given in exchange for influence or as an inducement to dishonesty while briber is a person who bribes.

As a verb bribe

is to give a to.

Bribe vs Embracery - What's the difference?

bribe | embracery |


As nouns the difference between bribe and embracery

is that bribe is something (usually money) given in exchange for influence or as an inducement to dishonesty while embracery is (legal) an attempt to bribe or illegally influence a jury or member of a jury.

As a verb bribe

is to give a to.

Bribe vs Payola - What's the difference?

bribe | payola |


As nouns the difference between bribe and payola

is that bribe is something (usually money) given in exchange for influence or as an inducement to dishonesty while payola is (us) a bribe given in exchange for a favor, such as one given in exchange for the promotion of goods or services (originally one given to a disk jockey to play a record).

As a verb bribe

is to give a to.

Bribe vs Incorruptible - What's the difference?

bribe | incorruptible |


As nouns the difference between bribe and incorruptible

is that bribe is something (usually money) given in exchange for influence or as an inducement to dishonesty while incorruptible is (historical) one of an ancient religious sect of alexandria, whose adherents believed that the body of christ was incorruptible, and that he suffered hunger, thirst, and pain only in appearance.

As a verb bribe

is to give a to.

As an adjective incorruptible is

not subject to corruption or decay.

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