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incorrupt

play
adjective in·cor·rupt \ˌin-kə-ˈrəpt\

Definition of incorrupt

  1. :  free from corruption: as a obsolete :  not affected with decay b :  not defiled or depraved :  upright c :  free from error

incorruptly

play \-ˈrəp(t)-lē\ adverb

incorruptness

play \-nəs\ noun


Variants of incorrupt

also

incorrupted

play \-ˈrəp-təd\

Origin and Etymology of incorrupt

Middle English, from Latin incorruptus, from in- + corruptus corrupt


First Known Use: 14th century

Rhymes with incorrupt

developed, interrupt


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