Definition of Irreproachable

1. Adjective. Free of guilt; not subject to blame. "An unimpeachable reputation"




Definition of Irreproachable

1. a. Not reproachable; above reproach; not deserving reproach; blameless.

Definition of Irreproachable

1. Adjective. free from blame, not open to reproach or criticism; blameless. ¹

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Definition of Irreproachable

1. [adj]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Irreproachable

irreparate
irrepealability
irrepealable
irrepentance
irreplaceability
irreplaceable
irreplaceableness
irreplaceably
irreplicability
irreplicable
irreprehensible
irrepresentable
irrepressibility
irrepressible
irrepressibly
irreproachable (current term)
irreproachableness
irreproachably
irreproducibility
irreproducible
irreproducibly
irreprovable
irreprovableness
irreprovably
irreps
irreptitious
irreputable
irresilient
irresistable
irresistably

Literary usage of Irreproachable

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Dictionary of the Drama: A Guide to the Plays, Play-wrights, Players, and by William Davenport Adams (1904)
"... have been irreproachable as to their moral character, as his jests have been free from every suspicion of coarseness or indecorum. ..."

2. A Biographical History of Lancaster County: Being a History of Early by Alexander Harris (1872)
"His character was altogether pure and his morals irreproachable. His word was never doubted. His advice was doubly valuable, because it came from one whose ..."

3. The History of the Reign of Philip the Third, King of Spain by Robert Watson, William Thomson (1792)
"... were maintained by the learning, vI. eloquence , and irreproachable lives of John Hufs MIS. and Jerome of Prague. ..."

4. Greece and the Greeks of the Present Day by Edmond About (1855)
"The private life of the sovereigns of Greece is irreproachable—A new Buckingham who did not ... The King and Queen lead an irreproachable private life. ..."

5. Memoirs of Marmontel, Written by Himself: Containing His Literary and by Jean François Marmontel (1807)
"These are faithful and irreproachable witnesses, who do not reason, but who know their interests, and feel their wants. In the council of five hundred, ..."

6. Curran and His Contemporaries by Charles Phillips (1850)
"and, up to the then charge, of irreproachable character. Of that charge, however, if the witnesses were to be credited, they were unquestionably guilty : so ..."

7. A Dictionary of the Drama: A Guide to the Plays, Play-wrights, Players, and by William Davenport Adams (1904)
"... have been irreproachable as to their moral character, as his jests have been free from every suspicion of coarseness or indecorum. ..."

8. A Biographical History of Lancaster County: Being a History of Early by Alexander Harris (1872)
"His character was altogether pure and his morals irreproachable. His word was never doubted. His advice was doubly valuable, because it came from one whose ..."

9. The History of the Reign of Philip the Third, King of Spain by Robert Watson, William Thomson (1792)
"... were maintained by the learning, vI. eloquence , and irreproachable lives of John Hufs MIS. and Jerome of Prague. ..."

10. Greece and the Greeks of the Present Day by Edmond About (1855)
"The private life of the sovereigns of Greece is irreproachable—A new Buckingham who did not ... The King and Queen lead an irreproachable private life. ..."

11. Memoirs of Marmontel, Written by Himself: Containing His Literary and by Jean François Marmontel (1807)
"These are faithful and irreproachable witnesses, who do not reason, but who know their interests, and feel their wants. In the council of five hundred, ..."

12. Curran and His Contemporaries by Charles Phillips (1850)
"and, up to the then charge, of irreproachable character. Of that charge, however, if the witnesses were to be credited, they were unquestionably guilty : so ..."

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