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Word: unimpeachable

Definition: that cannot be impeached; beyond doubt or question; blameless and exemplary


Sentences Containing 'unimpeachable'

Leslie's comments are not unimpeachable.
On this point the landlord told him he was mistaken; for, though not recorded in the histories, because in the author's opinion there was no need to mention anything so obvious and necessary as money and clean shirts, it was not to be supposed therefore that they did not carry them, and he might regard it as certain and established that all knights-errant (about whom there were so many full and unimpeachable books) carried well-furnished purses in case of emergency, and likewise carried shirts and a little box of ointment to cure the wounds they received.
One of our most lucrative means of laying out money is in the shape of loans, where the security is unimpeachable.
Petridis commended Jackson as an "extremely savvy operator" in assembling an "unimpeachable" production team.
The roughs had also fled at the appearance of Peterson, so that he was left in possession of the field of battle, and also of the spoils of victory in the shape of this battered hat and a most unimpeachable Christmas goose."
The sun apparently had got up early to witness the sacrifice, and with his light they resumed their journey, discussing the deception practised on Don Alvaro, and saying how well done it was to have taken his declaration before a magistrate in such an unimpeachable form.
They had lounged away in a poverty stricken, purposeless, accidental manner, quite natural and unimpeachable.''
When toned down again, the unimpeachable patriot appeared in the witness box.

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