irreprehensible


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irreprehensible

(ɪˌrɛprɪˈhɛnsəbəl)
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not blameworthy or reprehensible
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Hallamore Caesar concludes that "through the two media--the more conservative conduct literature and the more liberal novels, writers are trying to negotiate a path for their readers which gives them access to lifestyles wherein a degree of freedom can be attained while at the same time ensuring that their public persona remains morally and socially irreprehensible" (8).
"The United States would do better to rectify the situation and bring such unconscionable and irreprehensible behavior to an end, rather than to target precisely those organizations and institutions entrusted with holding the violator to account while protecting the victim," she stressed.
He slowly revealed in his three books that the speaker is dreary, laconic, irreprehensible, romantic but ironie, that his life, if one wishes to deduce it precisely, unfolds between an elegant but unexceptional apartment and a stay in some first-class hotel') (Pasolini, 1999a: 2560).
"We must always walk in the presence of the Lord, in the light of the Lord, always trying to live in an irreprehensible way."
Victim-blaming the poor for being poor, when the benefits system discourages risk-taking is morally irreprehensible.