irreproachable irreproachable


  • (adj) free of guilt; not subject to blame


  1. These dalliances irritated Elsa, who eventually became his wife, but as she told a friend, a genius of her husband's kind could never be irreproachable in every respect.
  2. Its opening and closing segments were irreproachable and historic.
  3. No doubt his maneuvering between the Scylla of a totalitarian regime and the Charybdis of democratic ideas was far from irreproachable.


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    Featuring an all-star cast of irreproachable actors…and also Cameron Diaz, The Counselor had Ridley Scott at the helm and an original screenplay written by Cormac McCarthy.
    on October 25, 2013     Source: The Reader


  1. President Sarkozy wrote: "Those who represent the public interest cannot be exonerated from the efforts demanded of the nation. They have a special responsibility...... to make irreproachable use of public money."
    on Jun 29, 2010 By: Nicolas Sarkozy Source: Independent

  2. "Governments across the world will be spending trillions of pounds on climate change mitigation," Willis said. "The quality of the science therefore has to be irreproachable."
    on Mar 31, 2010 By: Phil Willis Source: Washington Post

  3. But in the build-up to this weekend's Grand Depart, Prudhomme said: "I want the guy who raises his arms in triumph on the Champs Elysees to be, and remain, the irreproachable champion. We need a breath of fresh air and a fresh start for the Tour....
    on Jul 5, 2007 By: Christian Prudhomme Source:

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