- irreproachable + -ness (Wiktionary)
“Of those mentioned by Mr Goodwin, there is not any one, from first to last, but restrained the word to the reproachableness or irreproachableness of the apostle in the discharge of the work of the ministry; the sense of it which we also insist upon.”
“The irreproachableness and blamelessness of searching for bark is an eleventh.”
“One day I received a letter, evidently written in great consternation, from an elderly spinster of singularly aristocratic connections and an irreproachableness of life which was almost painful.”
“It was not that she had, in the conventional sense, any doubt of Mrs. Hatch's irreproachableness.”
“The girl, perceiving that she was the object of their notice, turned round, and in an attitude of conscious irreproachableness, retorted with the challenge in Creole French, "Qui entêté ça?”
“We may be assured however that character derives much of its luster and fortunes much or their elevation from the untainted purity and irreproachableness of youth.”
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