incorruptibility


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in·cor·rupt·i·ble

 (ĭn′kə-rŭp′tə-bəl)
adj.
1. Incapable of being morally corrupted.
2. Not subject to corruption or decay.

in′cor·rupt′i·bil′i·ty n.
in′cor·rupt′i·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.incorruptibility - the incapability of being corrupted
honestness, honesty - the quality of being honest
corruptibility - the capability of being corrupted

incorruptibility

noun
The quality of being honest:
Translations
نَزاهَه، عدَم قابِليَّة للفَساد
neúplatnost
ubestikkelighed
megvesztegethetetlenség
óspillanleiki, heiîarleiki
nepodplatiteľnosť
dürüstlüknamusluluk

incorruptible

(inkəˈraptəbl) adjective
not able to be bribed; honest. The police should be incorruptible.
ˈincorˌruptiˈbility noun
References in classic literature ?
La Ramee became, therefore, the duke's dinner guest by compulsion -- an eternal keeper, the shadow of his person; but La Ramee -- gay, frank, convivial, fond of play, a great hand at tennis, had one defect in the duke's eyes -- his incorruptibility.
Nowadays, with our modern mania for morality, every one has to pose as a paragon of purity, incorruptibility, and all the other seven deadly virtues - and what is the result?
Let the members of the Bar be reminded that what the JBC rules call for are not hard evidence of corruption or lack of integrity, but for "reputation for honesty, integrity, probity and incorruptibility, irreproachable conduct and fidelity to sound moral and ethical standards."
A reputation for incorruptibility to drain the ethical swamp of the Trump years.
They projected an image of admirable efficiency, dedication and, above all, incorruptibility, as public servants.
His incorruptibility unquestioned and his scrupulous honour universally acknowledged, he said.
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* Each of the pancake's ingredients has special Lenten symbolism: Flour is the staff of life; milk is innocence and purity; salt is incorruptibility; and eggs symbolise creation.
May many follow More's example of virtue, incorruptibility, integrity and courage.
In the Democratic corner was the governor of New York, Samuel J Tilden, whose similar claim to incorruptibility was somewhat undermined by the fortune he had amassed representing railroad companies in the courts.
claims that Wis 2:23-24, "God created man for incorruptibility, and made him an image of its own proper being," sees incorruption or immortality as the point of resemblance between God and creatures and amounts to a denial of death.