Definition of corruptibility in US English:

corruptibility

noun

  • 1The quality of being able to be persuaded to act dishonestly or immorally for personal gain.

    ‘a cynical view of the corruptibility of human nature’
    ‘times of great idealism carry equal chances for great corruptibility’
  • 2Ability to be changed or debased through errors or unintentional alterations.

    ‘the corruptibility of control mechanisms’
    ‘writers warn us about the corruptibility of language in the wrong hands’

Pronunciation

corruptibility

/kəˌrəptəˈbɪlədi//kəˌrəptəˈbilədē/