Uncorruptible


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Un`cor`rupt´i`ble


a.1.Incorruptible.
References in classic literature ?
Franklin was impressed by this unexpected lecture upon the wickedness of the solid world surrounded by the salt, uncorruptible waters on which he and his captain had dwelt all their lives in happy innocence.
One must never forget King Charles I immortal words, before his execution: "I go from a corruptible, to an uncorruptible crown".
So you gather all the information, disregard what isn't true, and what you have left are the facts - the immutable, uncorruptible things that combined give shape and body to the truth.
Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools, and changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man, and to birds, and four-footed beasts, and creeping things.
The word "local" is, in theory, uncorruptible: it either comes from around here or it doesn't.
"This return of presence in negation," writes Levinas, "this impossibility of escaping from an anonymous and uncorruptible existence constitutes the final depths of Shakespearean tragedy" (Existence and Existents 61).