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Walworth we found in a room at the back, this time irreproachably got up as an old family butler.
Malcolm was at home when they arrived, irreproachably dressed and languidly non-effusive, as usual.
CAP'N WARREN'S WARDSJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
She sat very upright, and all her demeanour was irreproachably modest, quiet and demure.
THE DIVINE FIREMAY SINCLAIR
My cast-off garments fitted him not more irreproachably than did my amenities of manner.
He was still in cap and blouse, but his dress was irreproachably neat, and his hands very white.
FRDRIQUE; VOL. 2CHARLES PAUL DE KOCK
Her figure was, in the same order of ideas, conspicuously and irreproachably “good.”
He was irreproachably dressed in a black frock coat, with a fine gardenia in his button-hole.
THE RUBICONE. F. BENSON
The linen was ordinary, the rooms small; but all—he did not take this into account—irreproachably clean.
In a few minutes a tall, handsome man, irreproachably turned out, entered the office.
As a matter of fact, Warner described him as being irreproachably dressed, and turned out.

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verbicidenoun | [vur-buh-sahyd ]SEE DEFINITION
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