impeccably


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im·pec·ca·ble

 (ĭm-pĕk′ə-bəl)
adj.
1. Having no flaws; perfect. See Synonyms at perfect.
2. Not capable of sinning or not liable to sin.

[Latin impeccābilis : in-, not; see in-1 + peccāre, to sin; see ped- in Indo-European roots.]

im·pec′ca·bil′i·ty n.
im·pec′ca·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.impeccably - flawlessly; "the film was impeccably authentic"
Translations

impeccably

[ɪmˈpekəblɪ] ADVimpecablemente
he behaved impeccablyse comportó impecablemente or de manera intachable
impeccably cleanimpecablemente limpio
he was impeccably dressediba impecablemente vestido, iba vestido de punta en blanco

impeccably

[ɪmˈpɛkəbli] adv (= perfectly) → impeccablement
impeccably dressed → impeccablement habillé(e)
impeccably polite → d'une politesse irréprochable
He was impeccably polite → Il était d'une politesse irréprochable.

impeccably

advtadellos; impeccably high standardskompromisslos hohe Ansprüche

impeccably

[ɪmˈpɛkəblɪ] advimpeccabilmente
References in classic literature ?
But as to my John," she broke off, leaning her elbow on the table and supporting her head on her old, impeccably shaped, white fore-arm emerging from a lot of precious, still older, lace trimming the short sleeve.
As Brancusi moved from Romania to France, he refined and reduced his portraits of birds and humans to impeccably smooth, compact abstractions.
City were roared through to the next round by 4,500 travelling fans, most of whom behaved impeccably. But the club may yet find themselves involved in an inquiry after fighting broke out among rival supporters.
In their co-choreographed X-Roads, an hour-long work for thirteen dancers and two musicians, the couple call on their entire dance experience (Bourget danced with Les Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montreal; Hirabayashi began in modern dance) to create physically intelligent, deeply human and impeccably rehearsed choreography.
And then there are photographs like the impeccably biased 1936 Bowery image of a s lumped man, head in hands, next to a beheaded "Charlie Chaplin in Modern Times": Skewing Evans's signage, Shahn expressly slants his comment on the intimate relation between waste and advertisement, depression and entertainment, reject and respite.
But the young people who packed into George Square last Friday to say no to Bush's oil war behaved impeccably. They came with home-made placards and school banners declaring "No War".
For the ceremony, New Republic dance critic Mindy Aloft wrote, "Allegra Kent is a genius at ballet dancing and a very great artist, with an astonishing range: elegant, romantic, whimsical, haunted, yet always impeccably classical.
Although known for working small, his newest, larger pieces, such as 10 feet up in the air, 1999, an impeccably messy pile of inoperable paper airplanes, are even more impressive, as he seeks to create work that "demands a physical response equal to its cerebral one."
This episode - entitled Close Encounters - lacks some of the usual tension but is carried along impeccably by the fine cast.
Always even when his pure genius is not sparking as genius should spark--his impeccably musical choreography is, apart from anything else, a perfect environment for dancers, but luckily for audiences it is an environment of an ever-variable emotional climate and poetic atmosphere.
Barney has said that "how people treat each other is more interesting to me than the class they come from," but her form of revelation itself becomes an act of class discretion, creating yet another layer separating "them" from "us." In The Entrance Hall, 1996, the impeccably groomed dowager in Barbara Bush-style pearls is poised at the center of a bright turquoise foyer; she smiles graciously yet firmly blocks our access to the room.
When the sublime Saunders was swept out of a front attitude turn into a seamless set of partnered lifts by her impeccably astute partner, Williams, the phrase became a metaphor for DTH at its zenith.