Cor*rupt"i*ble (k?r-r?p"t?-b'l), a. [L. corruptibilis: cf. F. corruptible.]


Capable of being made corrupt; subject to decay.

"Our corruptible bodies."


Ye were not redeemed with corruptible things, as silver and gold. 1 Pet. i. 18.


Capable of being corrupted, or morally vitiated; susceptible of depravation.

They systematically corrupt very corruptible race. Burke.

-- Cor*rupt"i*ble*ness, n. -- Cor*rupt"i*bly, adv.


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Cor*rupt"i*ble, n.

That which may decay and perish; the human body.


1 Cor. xv. 53.


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