What protection did they provide for the country against the corruptibility of members of Congress?
Then the symptoms of corruptibility soon made their appearance.
No; weakness, corruptibility even, would then excite no harsher feeling than a sort of amused contempt.
mid-14c., of material things, from Old French corroptible (14c.), from Late Latin corruptibilis "liable to decay, corruptible," from past participle stem of corrumpere (see corrupt). Of persons, from 1670s.