irreproachably : Definition, Usages, News and More
- r in an irreproachable and blameless manner
- Guthrie scraped together an 82-piece orchestra, and with a single rehearsal led it irreproachably through the opera, took a total of 40 bows by the final curtain.
- By the letter of the law, the aunt acted irreproachably.
- But he insists that Mackenzie's medical conduct was irreproachably sensible.
- Micha Lindenstrauss in Ha'aretz
Gilboa refused to back the report, in which Lindenstrauss praised Itzik for "acting irreproachably involving the renovation of her private apartment as an official residence."