irreproachable

[ ir-i-proh-chuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF irreproachable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR IRREPROACHABLE

A suit of this kind should be as irreproachable in fit and finish as a tailor can make it.

The evening clothes were irreproachable; so were the frock coat and a morning suit.

She was active and intelligent, and her conduct was regarded as irreproachable.

And yet he was a very holy man, with an irreproachable character.

A cardinal should be irreproachable, a model of moral conduct to all.

But the man was irreproachable, as near absolute perfection as could be.

"If they be moral and of irreproachable reputation," said Mrs. Ricketts.

The first game was irreproachable—every child was sitting on the floor.

The waistcoat is nondescript, but the boots are irreproachable.

All the same I maintain that I was irreproachable at dinner.

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