Definition for COR-RUPT'I-BLE

COR-RUPT'I-BLE, a. [Fr. corruptible; It. corruttibile.]

  1. That may be corrupted; that may become putrid; subject to decay and destruction. Our bodies are corruptible.
  2. That may be vitiated in qualities or principles; susceptible of depravation. Manners are corruptible by evil example.

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