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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishincorruptiblein‧cor‧rup‧ti‧ble /ˌɪnkəˈrʌptəbəl◂/ adjective  1 HONESTsomeone who is incorruptible cannot be persuaded to do wrong or illegal things A good judge must be incorruptible.2 formalHT material that is incorruptible will never decay and cannot be destroyedincorruptibility /ˌɪnkərʌptəˈbɪləti/ noun [uncountable]
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incorruptibleGold was precious because it was incorruptible.Here, in the most powerful position in the greatest Library in moledom, was a mole she sensed was utterly incorruptible.Ivory is an arcane substance with the properly of rendering flesh incorruptible.Mohan Singh ji, a union boss, incorruptible and deeply committed to political reform.We hold it firmly for an undoubted truth that our soul is incorruptible and immortal.Costner is believable in the role of the incorruptible defense lawyer.All celestial objects in the super-lunar region were made of an incorruptible element called aether.The earthlike surface of the moon undermined the Aristotelian distinction between the perfect, incorruptible heavens and the changing, corruptible earth.To his supporters, Rawlings remains an incorruptible savior and pragmatist who kept the country from plunging into chaos.
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