Are these things, I pray you, proofs that human nature is whole and uncorrupted?
The blessings of an uncorrupted mind ever, ever, be your possession.
And, indeed, they ranked with the early phases of many great nations—the period of pristine simplicity "uncorrupted by the arts."
That little creature is singing the true, uncorrupted song of life.
There is nothing in the slum to warrant that faith save human nature as yet uncorrupted.
He proposed that the couple should take Tess's own name, d'Urberville, as uncorrupted.
For although he lie an entire year, his body shall always be uncorrupted, or even better.
That the Divine law has in this sense come down to us uncorrupted, is an assertion which admits of no dispute.
The simplicity of nature, the uncorrupted truth of a soul, have been portrayed by a master-hand.
A man, not only pure from all offence, but of primitive and uncorrupted singleness of heart.
mid-14c., from Old French corropt "unhealthy, corrupt; uncouth" (of language), and directly from Latin corruptus, past participle of corrumpere "to destroy; spoil," figuratively "corrupt, seduce, bribe," from com-, intensive prefix (see com-), + rup-, past participle stem of rumpere "to break" (see rupture (n.)). Related: Corruptly; corruptness.
mid-14c., "contaminate, impair the purity of," from Latin corruptus, past participle of corrumpere (see corrupt (adj.)). Late 14c. as "pervert the meaning of," also "putrefy." Related: Corrupted; corrupting.