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Definition of "uncorruptible" [un•cor•rupt•i•ble]

  • Impossible to corrupt. (adjective)

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Use "uncorruptible" in a sentence
  • "My voice sank almost to a whisper, calm and soothing and uncorruptible."
  • "Want insane battles with the finest warriors, uncorruptible devotion, and superhuman feats?"
  • "Or that constraints on democratic accountability carefully handcrafted by Madison, Bernstein and Martin, and applied by religiously devoted, uncorruptible libertarians in perpetuity appointed for the task via some unspecified infallible mechanism, tend to make government more libertarian?"