corruptibility corruptibility


  • (n) the capability of being corrupted


  1. John Gregory Dunne' s The Red White and Blue chronicles the corruptibility of power.
  2. Once word of his corruptibility got around the art world, Watson reckoned, he would be offered stolen pictures, including, some day, the Caravaggio.
  3. Come expecting a dour jeremiad on man's corruptibility--or even a slice-of-lice drama like Mamet's American Buffalo or Glengarry Glen Ross--and you'll be pleasantly surprised.
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repudiate repudiate
/ri ˈpju di ˌeɪt /