unimpeachable

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un·im·peach·a·ble

 (ŭn′ĭm-pē′chə-bəl)
adj.
1. Difficult or impossible to impeach: an unimpeachable witness.
2. Beyond reproach; blameless: unimpeachable behavior.
3. Beyond doubt; unquestionable: "works of such unimpeachable greatness" (Musical Heritage Review).

un′im·peach′a·bly adv.

unimpeachable

(ˌʌnɪmˈpiːtʃəbəl)
adj
unquestionable as to honesty, truth, etc
ˌunimˌpeachaˈbility, ˌunimˈpeachableness n
ˌunimˈpeachably adv

un•im•peach•a•ble

(ˌʌn ɪmˈpi tʃə bəl)

adj.
above suspicion; impossible to discredit; impeccable.
[1775–85]
un`im•peach`a•bil′i•ty, un`im•peach′a•ble•ness, n.
un`im•peach′a•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unimpeachable - beyond doubt or reproach; "an unimpeachable source"
unquestionable - incapable of being questioned; "unquestionable authority"
2.unimpeachable - free of guiltunimpeachable - 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"
3.unimpeachable - completely acceptable; not open to exception or reproach; "two unexceptionable witnesses"; "a judge's ethics should be unexceptionable"
acceptable - worthy of acceptance or satisfactory; "acceptable levels of radiation"; "performances varied from acceptable to excellent"

unimpeachable

Translations

unimpeachable

[ˌʌnɪmˈpiːtʃəbl] ADJirreprochable, intachable
from an unimpeachable sourcede fuente fidedigna

unimpeachable

adj reputation, conduct, characteruntadelig; proof, honesty, integrityunanfechtbar; sourceabsolut zuverlässig; personüber jeden Zweifel erhaben

unimpeachable

[ˌʌnɪmˈpiːtʃəbl] adj (honesty, character) → irreprensibile; (conduct) → incensurabile; (witness) → al di sopra di ogni sospetto
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It is the unimpeachability at law of a disadvantageous transaction which is the starting-point from which the court advances to consider whether the transaction is the product merely of one's own folly or of the undue influence exercised by another....
"The Wall Street Journal has a paywall, so we can too." (Financial information is one of the few kinds of information that recipients do not want to share.) "Micropayments work for iTunes, so they will work for us." (Micropayments work only where the provider can avoid competitive business models.) "The New York Times should charge for content." (They tried, with QPass and later TimesSelect.) "Cook's Illustrated and Consumer Reports are doing fine on subscriptions." (Those publications forgo ad revenues; users are paying not just for content but for unimpeachability.) "We'll form a cartel." (And hand a competitive advantage to every ad-supported media firm in the world.)
Certainly not--not when our politicians, those whom we elect because of our confidence in their rationality and moral unimpeachability, consider it normal to cast aspersions on the less privileged castes of our society.