incorruptibility incorruptibility


  • (n) the incapability of being corrupted


  1. One of the things that appealed to the Americans who work with these Sunni groups was their apparent incorruptibility.
  2. He was a quiet and pleasant host with a reputation throughout the district for incorruptibility.
  3. Ngo Dinh Diem brings into the battle an incorruptibility even greater and his own record of a lifetime's opposition to French rule and influence.

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  1. "The main flaws are not in the software, hardware or in the data transmission systems, but in the human links that control the connections between the three - connections held together by the myth of infallibility and incorruptibility of those who...
    on Sep 29, 2006 By: Antonio Source: San Francisco Chronicle

  2. "Hereafter, political parties should enter a performance and incorruptibility competition in a rational and responsible way," said Lu.
    on Aug 5, 2006 By: Annette Lu Source: China Post

  3. "He revolutionized science and changed the world through his thinking. He has become a cult figure for the youth of the world through his moral incorruptibility," Schroeder said. "And to the end, Einstein - who again and again set himself...
    on Jan 19, 2005 By: Gerhard Schroeder Source: USA Today

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