impeccably

[ im-pek-uh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF impeccably

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Towards the girl and her father he was impeccably respectful.

To be impeccably correct, initials should not be engraved on a visiting card.

He selected a peak some ten miles away, and shot to it in a line which was impeccably straight.

The victims of the "accident," if there had really been any such, made no boast of it, and the dumb boy was impeccably discreet.

But the Act as it stood, ignoring this vital change, was impeccably Conservative, and on that account went through.

Certainly this story of old Salem is impeccably written and its subtle handling of tone and atmosphere is beyond dispute.

Yet in dress and speech he knew himself to be impeccably Spanish, and was not Don Esteban there to confirm him?

Then he deliberately spat upon the impeccably shining red hood of Sophie's roadster.

For American she assuredly was not, though her trim tailoring was impeccably the mode of the moment.

There are no bamboo tables, no skimpy French chairs or Japanese umbrellas; everything is severely plain and impeccably clean.

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