incorrupt : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a free of corruption or immorality
a policeman who was incorrupt and incorruptible
- s free of corruption or immorality
- What they found was an incorrupt politician who worked hard, lived modestly and jogged six miles every day.
- Day later one of its Democratic members, Washington's Schwellenbach, telephoned Democratic headquarters with news of some incorrupt but exciting discoveries.
- But they will be incorrupt and they will be honest!" Another quality of Nasser's character, somewhat disguised by the disarming candor with which he speaks of himself, is his .
- Lim Kit Siang in Bloomberg
The head of the anti-graft agency "must not only be clean and incorrupt, but must be seen and perceived to be clean and incorrupt if the ACA and the country's anti-corruption campaign is not to be reduced into a joke and a laughing-stock," Lim...