uncorrupt

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

un- +‎ corrupt

AdjectiveEdit

uncorrupt (comparative more uncorrupt, superlative most uncorrupt)

  1. Not corrupt; honest, fair.
    What this city needs is an uncorrupt police force.
  2. (archaic) Not having decayed.
    An uncorrupt dead body was thought to be a vampire.