Irreprehensible


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Ir`rep`re`hen´si`ble


a.1.Not reprehensible; blameless; innocent.
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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.
17) --a faked miracle (Cepperello's irreprehensible conduct and God leading Cipolla's hand to the box with saint Lawrence's coals).
Susie Squire, campaign manager for the Taxpayers' Alliance, said: "Huge salaries are morally irreprehensible especially when ordinary people are trying to make ends meet.