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Definition of "uncorrupt" []

  • Not corrupt; honest, fair. (adjective)
  • Not having decayed. (adjective)

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Use "uncorrupt" in a sentence
  • "Our history and jurisprudence with respect to free expression is full of conflicts of two sets of rights (or a right and a principle ... namely uncorrupt elections) and decisions that find a balance between them."
  • "Sane, uncorrupt people would not put up with it, but sane, uncorrupt people don't get a say in Massachusetts."
  • "People who can't do anything to change it, are ashamed for the country that they live in, and feel 'other' because they view as default, the countries that are 'uncorrupt', democratic, clean, filled with people who have great hair and always smell good."