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Word: unexceptionable

Definition: entirely acceptable; not offering any basis for criticism


Sentences Containing 'unexceptionable'

But though the conduct of all those different companies has not been unexceptionable, and has accordingly required an act of parliament to regulate it, the country, notwithstanding, has evidently derived great benefit from their trade.
The church of England, in particular, has always valued herself, with great reason, upon the unexceptionable loyalty of her principles.
The demonstration of these principles seems as unexceptionable as that which proves the three angles of a triangle to be equal to two right ones, though the latter opinion be natural and easy, and the former big with contradiction and absurdity.
``Wild eyes, the iris of which contracts or dilates at pleasure,''said Debray;``facial angle strongly developed, magnificent forehead, livid complexion, black beard, sharp and white teeth, politeness unexceptionable.''

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