irreproachable : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s free of guilt; not subject to blame
of irreproachable character
- 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.
- Last year the country's highest administrative court denied the naturalization request of an otherwise irreproachable Moroccan woman on the grounds that her wearing a burqa was .
- Breton responded to the Le Figaro report stressing the state's "conduct was irreproachable" at the time, and pointed out France sold no EADS stocks then or since.
News & Articles
- the STORY
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.
Oct. 25, 2013 - The Reader
- Nicolas Sarkozy in Independent
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."
- Phil Willis in Washington Post
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."
- Christian Prudhomme in Sportinglife.com
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....