unreproachful

unreproachful

(ˌʌnrɪˈprəʊtʃfʊl)
adj
1. not deserving reproach or blame
2. not expressing reproach or admonition
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For three long years they will not sow Or root or seedling there: For three long years the unblessed spot Will sterile be and bare, And look upon the wondering sky With unreproachful stare.
"I must be strong, permissive, unreproachful, capable of joy (independently of her), able to take care of my own needs (but playing down my ability, or wish, to take care of hers)....
This cost him a shot but the crowd were utterly unreproachful. They had risen to him from every seat around the green where today's winner will hoist the old silver claret jug.