from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Incapability of being corrupted; incorruption.
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Gabeira is just the sort of honest, progressive candidate Rio needs, if he can maintain his uncorruptibility.
I can try pleading factual accuracy, consistency, uncorruptibility and a quote or two from Shakespeare.
The corruption among officials in 1924, Lord D'Abernon reported, was 'appalling', whereas before the war bribery had been almost unknown, and a high degree of uncorruptibility evident in public and private, if not always in commercial, life.