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compromising

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcompromisingcom‧pro‧mis‧ing /ˈkɒmprəmaɪzɪŋ $ ˈkɑːm-/ adjective  BAD BEHAVIOUR OR ACTIONSproving that you have done something morally wrong or embarrassing, or making it seem as if you have done socompromising position/situation The doctor was found in a compromising position with a nurse (=having sex with her).compromising letter/photograph/picture etc
Examples from the Corpus
compromisingHe would call at the house at random times to see if he could catch his wife in compromising circumstances.Demand more than may be demanded by the compromising elements that exist among the Catholic leadership.There were no prints of the compromising fake photograph.But beyond that, Halifax emerges from these friendly pages as just the cold, compromising nobleman of legend.In a compromising philosophy he allows himself violence against property but never against life, human or otherwise.One director arrived naked at a secretary's home, another was found in a compromising position in his car.Cards depicting Santa in horribly compromising positions are selling like hot cakes.The purpose was to encourage other spies to confess since obtaining proof of spying without compromising sources of information is almost impossible.compromising position/situationConspiracy theorists might guess that Brown has Polaroids of Wilson in a compromising position.Elmire tries to win a favor from Tartuffe by inflaming his lechery and trapping him in a compromising situation.Cards depicting Santa in horribly compromising positions are selling like hot cakes.That, however, could be the most compromising position he could put himself into.One director arrived naked at a secretary's home, another was found in a compromising position in his car.
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