[ UK /tˈæmpəɹɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈtæmpɝɪŋ/ ]
  1. the act of altering something secretly or improperly
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How To Use tampering In A Sentence

  • But because they contain instructions for a computer's processor, executable files are less forgiving of tampering.
  • They might dwell upon the fact that you were so much together, and that you had such opportunities -- mark me, Reginald, _opportunities_ -- for tampering with the one solitary life which stood between you and fortune. Run to Earth A Novel
  • America has a long history of vote tampering and rigged elections in many local jurisdictions.
  • Tampering tends to be the recourse of underdeveloped political forces or rulers that are weak or unable to afford the luxury of costly campaigns.
  • However, on introduction of canal supply, cultivators generally assume that problems of deficiency are in the past, and when that proves to be not entirely the case unofficial diversions and tampering with control structures, also headend versus tailend problems, must be anticipated. Chapter 10
  • If victims of crime use the drug to reduce their stress, it could be tantamount to tampering with evidence. Times, Sunday Times
  • Unlike his other duplicates, this clone would not undergo growth acceleration or docility tampering.
  • Someone has been tampering with the lock.
  • They told him that tampering with the mail was a federal offence. ANASTASIA KRUPNIK (3-IN-1)
  • Another comprehensive program was offered by nurses in an emergency department setting to address problems with narcotic reconciliation, container tampering, and tracking issues.
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