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 for incorrupt
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Incorrupt \In`cor*rupt"\, a. [L. incorruptus. See In- not, and
     Corrupt.]
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     1. Not affected with corruption or decay; unimpaired; not
        marred or spoiled.
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     2. Not defiled or depraved; pure; sound; untainted; above the
        influence of bribes; upright; honest. --Milton.
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              Your Christian principles . . . which will preserve
              you incorrupt as individuals.         --Bp. Hurd.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

  incorrupt
      adj 1: free of corruption or immorality; "a policeman who was
             incorrupt and incorruptible" [ant: corrupt]
      2: free of corruption or immorality

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  53 Moby Thesaurus words for "incorrupt":
     angelic, blameless, childlike, clear, correct, dovelike, faultless,
     flawless, good, guiltless, honest, honorable, immaculate,
     impeccable, in the clear, incorrupted, incorruptible, innocent,
     lamblike, moral, not guilty, offenseless, prelapsarian, pristine,
     pure, reproachless, righteous, sans reproche, sinless, spotless,
     straight, straightforward, uncorrupt, uncorrupted, undebauched,
     undefiled, undegenerate, undemoralized, undepraved, undissolute,
     unerring, unfallen, unimpeachable, uniniquitous, unlapsed,
     unsinful, untouched by evil, unwicked, upright, upstanding,
     virtuous, with clean hands, without reproach
  
  

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