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[ UK /ɪɹɪpɹˈə‍ʊt‍ʃəbə‍l/ ]
  1. free of guilt; not subject to blame
    of irreproachable character
    has lived a blameless life
    an unimpeachable reputation
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How To Use irreproachable In A Sentence

  • After announcing his ‘retirement’, he came back determined to attach himself only to projects of irreproachable aesthetic integrity.
  • He acknowledges the cheers of his back benches, flicks an invisible speck from his irreproachable Paul Smith sleeve and saunters off back to Downing Street.
  • Funnily enough, the fact that Wright had been something of an Ordinary Joe as a player - though one with an irreproachable work ethic - was to prove his greatest strength.
  • Of those mentioned by Mr Goodwin, there is not any one, from first to last, but restrained the word to the reproachableness or irreproachableness of the apostle in the discharge of the work of the ministry; the sense of it which we also insist upon. The Doctrine of the Saints��� Perseverance Explained and Confirmed
  • Only a resolute leader who sets an irreproachable personal example stands any chance of making headway.
  • Now the name Susanna has appeared before in recorded history also in connection with bathing -- a most irreproachable Susanna. From a Terrace in Prague
  • Collum, who had as of late been pathologically tardy, arrived last, his hair disheveled, but his suit in irreproachable order.
  • More than his divine powers, his glorious heritage or his incredible prowess was his unblemished, untarnished, irreproachable character.
  • His reason for so doing is clearly stated: he wishes to utilize irreproachable legal methods to enhance the credibility of the norms for which he argues.
  • The cooking is really rather good and it represents irreproachable value for money.
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