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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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adj. - Free of guilt.

Usage examples (31)
  • It is not enough for them that their brothers or husbands should pay for the seats at the opera and accompany them there, clad in irreproachable evening dress.
  • But that it should be possible to bring such a charge against an 'irreproachable'
  • In short, although Reed Smoot was one of a confessed band of law-breaking traitors, he was of "irreproachable" private character.
  • President Nicolas Sarkozy, who promised to bring in an ethic of "irreproachable" accountability in 2007, saw his popularity plunge to an all-time low this week. for more
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