True: His bigotry was too pure to be compromised by rationality.
If Tiger were under the influence of these drugs, his driving would certainly be compromised.
That channel was compromised after details of the speech leaked to the U.S. media.
Had Lu Parker, beauty queen reader of news for KTLA, compromised her journalistic objectivity?
Is it just a matter of time before an operation is compromised?
She half suspected that her daughter might already have compromised herself, but she could not be sure.
"Oh, if you're willing to shoulder the blame," compromised Chip, much relieved.
She took a brisk walk before she went to her work, and compromised by setting herself to revision rather than creation.
The Irishman was sent for, and I compromised with him on the spot.
"Well, we will see about that afterward," compromised Hollister.
early 15c., "a joint promise to abide by an arbiter's decision," from Middle French compromis (13c.), from Latin compromissus, past participle of compromittere "to make a mutual promise" (to abide by the arbiter's decision), from com- "together" (see com-) + promittere (see promise). The main modern sense of "a coming to terms" is from extension to the settlement itself (late 15c.).
mid-15c., from compromise (n.). Related: Compromised; compromising.