Did you by any chance mean unnameable?
- adj. Innocent.
- un- + blameable (Wiktionary)
“The governesses or matrons of the society I would have to be women of family, of unblameable cha-racters from infancy, and noted equally for their prudence, good-nature, and gentleness of manners.”
“In the body of his flesh through death, to present you holy and unblameable and unreproveable in his sight:”
“To the end he may stablish your hearts unblameable in holiness before God, even our Father, at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ with all his saints.”
“But we should teach him rather to judge that poetry is an imitation of the manners and lives of such men as are not perfectly pure and unblameable, but such as are tinctured with passions, misled by false opinions, and muffled with ignorance; though oftentimes they may, by the help of a good natural temper, change them for better qualities.”
“I know that ye possess an unblameable and sincere mind in patience, and that not only for present use,  but as a permanent possession, as”
“I know that ye possess an unblameable and sincere mind in patience, and that not only in present practice,  but according to inherent nature, as Polybius your bishop has shown me, who has come to Smyrna by the will of God and Jesus Christ, and so sympathized in the joy which”
“But the Father is faithful in Jesus Christ to fulfil both mine and your petitions: in whom may ye be found unblameable.”
“Let there be one common supplication, one mind, one hope, with faith unblameable in”
“ It is therefore profitable that you, being joined together with God in an unblameable unity, should be the followers of the example of Christ, of whom also ye are members.”
“Jesus Christ, in joy which is unblameable: [wishes] abundance of happiness.”
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