irreproachable


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ir·re·proach·a·ble

 (ĭr′ĭ-prō′chə-bəl)
adj.
Perfect or blameless in every respect; faultless: irreproachable conduct.

ir′re·proach′a·bil′i·ty, ir′re·proach′a·ble·ness n.
ir′re·proach′a·bly adv.

irreproachable

(ˌɪrɪˈprəʊtʃəbəl)
adj
not deserving reproach; blameless
ˌirreˌproachaˈbility, ˌirreˈproachableness n
ˌirreˈproachably adv

ir•re•proach•a•ble

(ˌɪr ɪˈproʊ tʃə bəl)

adj.
not reproachable; free from blame.
[1625–35]
ir`re•proach`a•bil′i•ty, n.
ir`re•proach′a•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.irreproachable - free of guiltirreproachable - free of guilt; not subject to blame; "has lived a blameless life"; "of irreproachable character"; "an unimpeachable reputation"
clean-handed, guiltless, innocent - free from evil or guilt; "an innocent child"; "the principle that one is innocent until proved guilty"

irreproachable

irreproachable

adjective
Translations
irreprochável

irreproachable

[ˌɪrɪˈprəʊtʃəbl] ADJ [conduct] → irreprochable, intachable

irreproachable

[ˌɪrɪˈprəʊtʃəbəl] adj [character, behaviour] → irréprochable

irreproachable

adj mannerstadellos, einwandfrei; conduct alsountadelig

irreproachable

[ˌɪrɪˈprəʊtʃəbl] adj (conduct) → irreprensibile
References in classic literature ?
While Amy dressed, she issued her orders, and Jo obeyed them, not without entering her protest, however, for she sighed as she rustled into her new organdie, frowned darkly at herself as she tied her bonnet strings in an irreproachable bow, wrestled viciously with pins as she put on her collar, wrinkled up her features generally as she shook out the handkerchief, whose embroidery was as irritating to her nose as the present mission was to her feelings, and when she had squeezed her hands into tight gloves with three buttons and a tassel, as the last touch of elegance, she turned to Amy with an imbecile expression of countenance, saying meekly.
He was irreproachable, as always, today; but he was unmistakably more conscious.
If it will be any satisfaction to you, however, to be told, that I believe his character to be in other respects irreproachable, I am ready to confess it.
They were just enough not to blame Norah for this; they were just enough to acknowledge that her conduct had been as irreproachable as I had guaranteed it should be when I got her the situation.
And, after all, it is a very poor consolation to be told that the man who has given one a bad dinner, or poor wine, is irreproachable in his private life.
He had an excellent heart and an irreproachable conscience.
And at these words, the Musketeer, in irreproachable costume, belted as usual, with a tolerably firm step, entered the cabinet.
Morrel took the head of his son between his two hands, drew him forward, and kissing his forehead several times said, "Oh, yes, yes, I bless you in my own name, and in the name of three generations of irreproachable men, who say through me, `The edifice which misfortune has destroyed, providence may build up again.
Hooper spent a long life, irreproachable in outward act, yet shrouded in dismal suspicions; kind and loving, though unloved, and dimly feared; a man apart from men, shunned in their health and joy, but ever summoned to their aid in mortal anguish.
And after a whole dreadful week, during which one has gone about everywhere with one's husband, just to show how absolutely lonely one was, he may be given a third last parting, in the evening, and then, if his conduct has been quite irreproachable, and one has behaved really badly to him, he should be allowed to admit that he has been entirely in the wrong, and when he has admitted that, it becomes a woman's duty to forgive, and one can do it all over again from the beginning, with variations.
A brow white and void of wrinkles, beneath his long hair, now more white than black; an eye piercing and mild, under the lids of a young man; his mustache, fine but slightly grizzled, waved over lips of a pure and delicate model, as if they had never been curled by mortal passions; a form straight and supple; an irreproachable but thin hand -- this was what remained of the illustrious gentleman whom so many illustrious mouths had praised under the name of Athos.
He had looked, moreover, not only at all the pictures, but at all the copies that were going forward around them, in the hands of those innumerable young women in irreproachable toilets who devote themselves, in France, to the propagation of masterpieces, and if the truth must be told, he had often admired the copy much more than the original.