unimpeachable

[ US /ˌənɪmˈpitʃəbəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ˌʌnɪmpˈiːt‍ʃəbə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. free of guilt; not subject to blame
    of irreproachable character
    has lived a blameless life
    an unimpeachable reputation
  2. beyond doubt or reproach
    an unimpeachable source
  3. completely acceptable; not open to exception or reproach
    a judge's ethics should be unexceptionable
    two unexceptionable witnesses
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How To Use unimpeachable In A Sentence

  • Yet he must have come pretty close to believing that, unimpeachable as his manners remained, for Whinnie had burned the roast of veal to a charry mass, the Twins were crying like mad, and Dinkie had painted himself and most of the dining-room table with Worcestershire sauce. The Prairie Mother
  • an unimpeachable source
  • They approve of him in the way he's performed in office but they don't look at him as a kind of unimpeachable moral figure here who could kind of say, "OK, here's the way it goes. CNN Transcript - Special Event: Florida Passes Crucial Deadline; Gore Wins Legal Victory - November 17, 2000
  • The economic evidence for moving the peak of the long Clinton expansion backwards by two or three months is dubious at best, even if the political rationale is unimpeachable.
  • As an intellectual of international stature and unimpeachable integrity, he was an obvious choice for the job. Times, Sunday Times
  • Here is a man who had an unimpeachable reputation.
  • This sounds more like a Beach Boys offcut mind, but the lyrics are unimpeachable in their brown-nosing: "They were playing lovely tunes/by the light of the moon. Readers recommend: fantasy songs
  • I wish I hadn't seen the reformed Velvet Underground, whose show featured Lou Reed doing a lot of vocal extemporisation of the "wooh yeah mama" variety while sporting a haircut that made him look not like an icon of unimpeachable countercultural cool, but Ian McShane in Lovejoy. Stone Roses reunion: What's the worst that can happen?
  • That pitch might have been better made against a track record of unimpeachable integrity, where promises had been kept, failure openly acknowledged, and honesty had been the keynote of his government.
  • In unimpeachable academic language, those who wish to squander their talents have been presented with yet another excuse to add to the great armoury of excuses that have already gained currency.
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