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Hush Money

Hush Money - money given to someone to keep a something secret; to pay someone to keep something quiet

  • The boss paid hush money to his ex-wife.
  • I heard that the bank paid hush money to the newspaper.
  • There are some companies that pay hush money to the government.
  • Did you ever accept hush money?
  • My friend's husband offered me hush money, not to tell his wife where he was last week.
  • The students gave hush money to the teacher, so that the teacher would not call their parents.

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