The dictionary definitions for Venal are as follows:
1. a. Open to bribery; mercenary: a venal police officer.
b. Capable of betraying honor, duty, or scruples for a price; corruptible.
2. Marked by corrupt dealings, especially bribery.
3. Obtainable for a price.

Master tips for Venal:
Just remember: Venal acts deserve penal replies.

Usage examples of Venal:
1. The city administration is a venal one, seeped in corruption from top to bottom.
2. His own good heart pleaded her cause; not as a cold venal advocate, but as one interested in the event, and which must itself deeply share in all the agonies its owner brought on another.- by

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