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  • adj. That does not corrupt; wholesome, harmless.
  • adj. That does not decay.

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Examples

  • Corporations would be able to work their naturally utopian miraculousness upon the world, uncorrupting and incorruptible, creating a consumers 'paradise.

    Jeff Dorchen: Libertarianism is the First Refuge of Yahoos

  • I'm simply condoning the uncorrupting of corruption.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • For he was personally known to few in the city where he had made his abode; a great lawyer and jurist who rarely appeared in court; a great political leader to whom the hustings were mainly a stranger; a thinker, and yet a dreamer, who lived his own life a little apart, as a poet might; uncorrupting and incorruptible; least of all were his political companions moved by the loss of the presidency, which had seemed in his

    Marse Henry : an autobiography,

  • For he was personally known to few in the city where he had made his abode; a great lawyer and jurist who rarely appeared in court; a great political leader to whom the hustings were mainly a stranger; a thinker, and yet a dreamer, who lived his own life a little apart, as a poet might; uncorrupting and incorruptible; least of all were his political companions moved by the loss of the presidency, which had seemed in his grasp.

    Marse Henry (Volume 1) An Autobiography

  • A thousand victories.] 5 [Grace like an uncorrupting seed

    Hymns and Spiritual Songs

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