incorruptibility

[ in-kuh-ruhp-tuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF incorruptibility
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The incorruptibility of Don Pepe was the essential and restraining fact.

He was highly esteemed for his prudence, energy, and incorruptibility.

For one of them deprives the gods of beneficence, the other of incorruptibility.

Something, no doubt, had been accomplished by the incorruptibility of Pitt.

It is the thought of her father, in whom she believes implicitly as her ideal of honesty, strength and incorruptibility.

This is very important, for no work can be rightly done without honesty and incorruptibility.

Good common-sense, incorruptibility, and a stern regard for the useful have enabled them to render valuable service to the nation.

Are there other examples mentioned by the chroniclers of the incorruptibility of saintly kings?

The apparition of new stars had already thrown serious doubts on this theory of incorruptibility.

They were usually chosen by the free communes of Lombardy, where their capacity and incorruptibility made them eagerly sought for.

WORD ORIGIN

mid-15c., from Late Latin incorruptibilitas, from incorruptibilis (see incorruptible).

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