from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Not corrupt; honest, fair.
- adj. Not having decayed.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Incorrupt.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not corrupt; not depraved; not perverted; incorrupt; pure: as, an uncorrupt judgment; an uncorrupt text.
Our history and jurisprudence with respect to free expression is full of conflicts of two sets of rights (or a right and a principle ... namely uncorrupt elections) and decisions that find a balance between them.
Sane, uncorrupt people would not put up with it, but sane, uncorrupt people don't get a say in Massachusetts.
People who can't do anything to change it, are ashamed for the country that they live in, and feel 'other' because they view as default, the countries that are 'uncorrupt', democratic, clean, filled with people who have great hair and always smell good.
Meanwhile, because of rigged elections, strongman rule and the decimation of the tribal structure, the voices of the majority of Afghans - who are good-hearted and uncorrupt - have been completely drowned out.
It's one of the most uncorrupt countries in Africa, one of the most efficient, effective governments.
The experts I interviewed roundly asserted stability is still possible but wholly contingent upon the seating of a unifying national figure in Kabul, who is well-respected, uncorrupt and perceived as legitimate by all Afghan tribes.
The American electoral system -- give or take perhaps the odd Supreme Court decision on hanging chads -- is uncorrupt.
Learn what I teach and try to uncorrupt yourselves.
It would be nice though if the Democrats were uncorrupt enough to allow voter IDs.
Also the wounds, which the bloodthirsty heathen had made in his body with their repeated shots, were healed by the heavenly God; and so he lies uncorrupt until this present day, awaiting the resurrection and the eternal glory.
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