What is another word for incorrupt?

220 synonyms found


[ ɪnkəɹˈʌpt], [ ɪnkəɹˈʌpt], [ ɪ_n_k_ə_ɹ_ˈʌ_p_t]

The word "incorrupt" implies a state of being pure, honest and free from corruption. Some synonyms for this word include "integrity", "honor", "virtue", "uprightness", and "decency". These terms are often used to describe individuals or systems that exhibit honesty, transparency and fairness. Other synonyms for this word include "impeccable", "irreproachable", "immaculate", "untainted" and "spotless". Each of these words captures a different aspect of the concept of incorruptibility. Whether we are discussing personal morality, business ethics or political integrity, these synonyms all convey the same important message: that honesty and integrity are critical for building trust and maintaining a just society.

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What are the hypernyms for Incorrupt?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for incorrupt?

Incorrupt is defined as pure, unspoiled, and not subject to decay or corruption. Its antonyms are words that are opposite in meaning such as corrupt, ruined, decayed, spoiled, and tainted. Corrupt means dishonest, immoral, or fraudulent. Ruined describes something that is destroyed or impaired beyond repair. Decay suggests a gradual decline or deterioration in quality. Spoiled pertains to something that is damaged or ruined, often due to poor handling or neglect. Tainted means something is contaminated or polluted. Opposite words for incorrupt can vary depending on the context of its usage. However, they all convey notions of deterioration and impurity.

What are the antonyms for Incorrupt?

Usage examples for Incorrupt

Lysander promoted this disorder; for, by bringing in rich spoils from the wars, although himself incorrupt, he yet by this means filled his country with avarice and luxury, and subverted the laws and ordinances of Lycurgus; so long as which were in force, the aspect presented by Sparta was rather that of a rule of life followed by one wise and temperate man, than of the political government of a nation.
Clough, Arthur Hugh
And it was no small comfort to the cities under Sylla's severity, that a man of not only incorrupt and just behavior, but also of moderation, should be employed in so heavy and odious an office.
Clough, Arthur Hugh
His body lies buried in the present cathedral; and, remarkable to relate, it was found to be incorrupt so late as 1541, according to reliable historical record, at which time the tomb underwent an official examination induced by some State question of importance.
"Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia"
Maturin M. Ballou

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