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Word: irreproachable

Definition: beyond reproach; blameless; impeccable; Ex. irreproachable conduct


Sentences Containing 'irreproachable'

-LRB- The writing was, in reality, charming, and the orthography irreproachable.-RRB-
Hotel Marsh was noted for its irreproachable culinary and varied menus and was recognized as one of the most inviting hostelries in the state.
In all the presbyterian churches, where the rights of patronage are thoroughly established, it is by nobler and better arts, that the established clergy in general endeavour to gain the favour of their superiors; by their learning, by the irreproachable regularity of their life, and by the faithful and diligent discharge of their duty.
``He brings an irreproachable name, which Maximilian is likely to render glorious, since at thirty years of age he is a captain, an officer of the Legion of Honor.''
``Listen when one bears an irreproachable name, as I do, one is rather sensitive.''
``The conduct of neither, if strictly examined, will be irreproachable; but since then, we have both, I hope, improved in civility.''

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