irreprehensible


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irreprehensible

(ɪˌrɛprɪˈhɛnsəbəl)
adj
not blameworthy or reprehensible
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Victim-blaming the poor for being poor, when the benefits system discourages risk-taking is morally irreprehensible.
He expressed his sympathy and condolences to the bereaved families of the victims, saying that such cowardly and irreprehensible acts aimed to destroy the peaceful atmosphere of a sporting event, a statement by the OIC Secretariat said.
In fact, on the one hand the ten young people's lifestyle during their fourteen-day sojourn outside the city is irreprehensible, unlike the conduct of Adam and Eve in Eden and also that of all priests, nuns, and monks of the one hundred tales; on the other hand, their stories exemplify, first, all possible human vices (Day One through Nine) and, then, in Day Ten, the highest human virtues, which are achieved without the aid of God's grace and through human effort and secular virtues.