Definition of Incorruptness

1. Noun. Characterized by integrity or probity.

Exact synonyms: Incorruption
Generic synonyms: Honestness, Honesty
Antonyms: Corruptness
Derivative terms: Incorrupt, Incorrupt



Definition of Incorruptness

1. n. Freedom or exemption from decay or corruption.

Definition of Incorruptness

1. Noun. the state of being incorrupt ¹

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Definition of Incorruptness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incorruptness

incorrigibleness
incorrigibles
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Literary usage of Incorruptness

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1. Human Destiny: A Discussion : Do Reason and the Scriptures Teach the Utter by Charles Frederick Hudson, Sylvanus Cobb (1860)
"But the moral incorruptness, as it stands in Paul, makes the true climax. ... 7, which means incorruptness, or incorruption. The life brought to light ..."

2. Ancient Christianity, and the Doctrines of the Oxford Tracts for the Times by Isaac Taylor (1844)
"For the soul holding to the idea of the true good, and soaring to it, as on the wing of this incorruptness, even as like to like ; and perceiving, I say, ..."

3. An Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures by Thomas Hartwell Horne (1856)
"It is therefore of importance to ascertain, first, the genuineness, authenticity, and incorruptness of the several books contained in the Bible, ..."

4. Works by Jean Calvin, Calvin translation society (1855)
"“incorruptness,” as I think, is set in opposition to things which fade and vanish away, things which serve to adorn the body. Therefore the version of ..."

5. Ancient Christianity, and the Doctrines of the Oxford Tracts by Isaac Taylor (1840)
"For the soul having conceived, and holding to the idea of the true good, is wafted aloft in its approaches toward it, as on the wing of this incorruptness ..."

6. A New Literal Translation from the Original Greek, of All the Apostolical by James Macknight (1841)
"16,), in teaching SHE»' incorruptness,1 gravity, sincerity, ... incorruptness of doctrine, gravity of speech, and sincerity with respect to the motives by ..."

7. A Compend of Christian Divinity by Sylvanus Cobb (1848)
"In possessing himself of the glory, and honor, and incorruptness of principle which he seeks, he possesses himself of ..."

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