corruptible definition

  • adjective:
    • effective at being corrupted: corruptible judges.
    • Possible to corrupt.
    • effective at becoming made corrupt; susceptible to decay.
    • with the capacity of being corrupted, or morally vitiated; vulnerable of depravation.
    • capable of becoming corrupted
    • Capable of becoming corrupted: corruptible judges.
    • feasible to corrupt.
    • Capable of becoming made corrupt; subject to decay.
    • with the capacity of becoming corrupted, or morally vitiated; prone of depravation.
    • with the capacity of being corrupted
  • noun:
    • That which may decay and die; our body.
    • what may decay and die; the human body.
    • whatever may decay and die; our body.
    • what may decay and perish; our body.
  • others:
    • That may be corrupted; susceptible to decay, putrefaction, or destruction: because, this corruptible body.
    • that could be contaminated or vitiated in characteristics or axioms; prone of being depraved, tainted, or changed when it comes to worse: as, ways tend to be corruptible by evil instance.
    • available to bribing; vulnerable of being bribed: as, corruptible voters.
    • which may be corrupted; at the mercy of decay, putrefaction, or destruction: since, this corruptible body.
    • that could be contaminated or vitiated in characteristics or concepts; vulnerable to be depraved, tainted, or changed the worse: as, ways are corruptible by wicked example.
    • Open to bribing; prone of being bribed: as, corruptible voters.

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