incorrupt definition by Webster's New World
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not corrupt; specif.,
- Obsolete uncontaminated; not rotten
- morally sound; not depraved, evil, impure, or perverted
- not taking bribes; upright; honest
- containing no errors, alterations, or foreign admixtures: said of texts, languages, etc.
Origin: Middle English incorrupte ; from Classical Latin incorruptus
incorrupt definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- Free of corruption or immorality.
- Not decayed; unspoiled.
- Free of errors or faults.
- inˌcor·ruptˈly adverb
- inˌcor·ruptˈness noun