Definition of corruptible in English:

corruptible

adjective

  • See corrupt

    • ‘And perhaps even forgotten, for what use is a corruptible and degradable original when digital copies can be searched and cloned at the click of a mouse?’
    • ‘They believed he was independent and vigorous - as well as no longer corruptible because he had already accumulated enormous wealth.’
    • ‘It is said that power corrupts, but actually it's more true that power attracts the corruptible.’
    • ‘What's worse, many firms just don't pay, especially where poor bankruptcy laws and corruptible courts prevent the seizure of debtors' assets.’
    • ‘For Plato himself, a study of mathematics and geometry leads the mind away from the corruptible and perishable to the contemplation of true Being and eternal order.’

Pronunciation

corruptible

/kəˈrʌptəb(ə)l/