KJV Dictionary Definition: incorrupted
INCORRUPT'ED, a. L. incorruptus; in and corrumpo, corruptus; con and rumpo, to break. Not corrupt; not marred, impaired or spoiled; not defiled or depraved; pure; sound; untainted; applicable to persons, principles or substances.
INCORRUPTIBIL'ITY, n.from incorruptible.
The quality of being incapable of decay or corruption.
1. That cannot corrupt or decay; not admitting of corruption. Thus gold, glass, mercury, &c., are incorruptible. Spirits are supposed to be incorruptible.
Our bodies shall be changed into incorruptible and immortal substances.
2. That cannot be bribed; inflexibly just and upright.
INCORRUPT'IBLENESS, n. The quality of being incorruptible, or not liable to decay.
INCORRUP'TION, n. in and corruption. Incapacity of being corrupted.
It is sown in corruption; it is raised in incorruption. 1 Cor.15.
INCORRUPT'IVE, a. Not liable to corruption or decay.
INCORRUPT'NESS, n. Exemption from decay or corruption.
1. Purity of mind or manners; probity; integrity; honesty.