The day after the theft at Auschwitz, as it happens, the Vatican engaged in its version of tampering with Holocaust evidence.
In 2000, Mitchell was accused of disenfranchising thousands of Floridians by tampering with voting lists.
But the argument here is that any tampering with entitlements is a betrayal.
Why is he re-introducing the idea of tampering with Medicare in an election year?
The government is alleging that speaking directly to potential jurors amounts to tampering.
After Edwards has finished a story he has an ingrained dislike for tampering with it any further.
That of being spies and tampering with the aeroplane last night!
Yet no tampering with details can spoil the monumental nobility of this great conception.
Was it not tampering with rectitude to have overcome them by a too persuasive rhetoric?
The very first verse shows deliberate manipulation and tampering with the text.
1560s, figurative use of tamper "to work in clay, etc., so as to mix it thoroughly," probably originally a variant of temper (v.), which is how it was initially spelled. Perhaps it is a dialectal workmen's pronunciation. Related: Tampered; tampering.