incorrupt

or in·cor·rupt·ed

[ in-kuh-ruhpt or in-kuh-ruhp-tid ]
/ ˌɪn kəˈrʌpt or ˌɪn kəˈrʌp tɪd /

adjective

not corrupt; not debased or perverted; morally upright.
not to be corrupted; incorruptible.
not vitiated by errors or alterations.
Obsolete. free from decomposition or putrefaction.

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Origin of incorrupt

1300–50; Middle English < Latin incorruptus unspoiled. See in-3 + corrupt

OTHER WORDS FROM incorrupt

in·cor·rupt·ly, adverbin·cor·rupt·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for incorrupt

incorrupt
/ (ˌɪnkəˈrʌpt) /

adjective

free from corruption; pure
free from decay; fresh or untainted
(of a manuscript, text, etc) relatively free from error or alteration

Derived forms of incorrupt

incorruptly, adverbincorruption or incorruptness, noun
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