Definition of incorruptibility in English:


Pronunciation /ˌinkəˌrəptəˈbilədē/ /ˌɪnkəˌrəptəˈbɪlədi/

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‘Integrity implies trustworthiness and incorruptibility to a degree that one is incapable of being false to a trust, responsibility, or pledge.’
  • ‘That says an awful lot about the integrity and incorruptibility of the man.’
  • ‘They see little potential for abuse, because they believe that by virtue of his arriving at the ‘correct’ leftist viewpoint, an individual has demonstrated his intellectual and moral incorruptibility.’
  • ‘In the meantime I had been quizzed, scrutinised and repeatedly asked to testify to my fair-mindedness and incorruptibility, with an insistence that began to make me feel unworthy: I was not putting in for canonisation, after all.’
  • ‘Already, a couple of journals have brought out articles on the late leader, known for simplicity, incorruptibility and concern for the poor.’