Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The character of being impeccable; exemption from liability to do wrong.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun The quality of being impeccable; exemption from sin, error, or offense.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun The property of being impeccable.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the quality of being without an error or fault
  • noun the quality of being exempt from sin or incapable of sinning

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Examples

  • I have never pretended to impeccability, which is an admission that I may very naturally offend.

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  • I have never pretended to impeccability, which is an admission that I may very naturally offend.

    The Egoist

  • Through stalking, the fundamental contribution of those warriors to sorcery was the notion of impeccability '.

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  • Through stalking, the fundamental contribution of those warriors to sorcery was the notion of impeccability '.

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  • For Paul, the question of "impeccability" wasn't even a question -- but for the rest of us, apparently, it is because we want to immediately dive into the "yeah but nobody's perfect but Christ" routine and thereby make this passage a lot of big ideas with no practical use.

    Pyromaniacs

  • So these are the men the president trusts -- in the first case, because of the impeccability of his renown; in the second, because he falls in with Obama's own propensity to continue Cheney-Bush policies but do it slowly in a softer tone.

    David Bromwich: Obama's Drift Toward War With Iran

  • Nevertheless, having our untouchables -- those beliefs that are off limits to questions -- only provide a veneer of impeccability.

    Brandon G. Withrow: Questions Can Set The Truth Free

  • Paquette commits the other errors of the overwrought Protestant polemicist, most especially confusing infallibility with impeccability, misunderstanding what the pope could define as dogma, and talking as if Catholics think the pope is God.

    Now That's Steamy

  • Brancusi's well-known bronze human heads, for example, such as "The Muse" 1917, are awe-inspiring studies of impeccability.

    Fondation Beyeler Show Places Brancusi and Serra Head to Head

  • So these are the men the president trusts -- in the first case, because of the impeccability of his renown; in the second, because he falls in with Obama's own propensity to continue Cheney-Bush policies but do it slowly in a softer tone.

    David Bromwich: Obama's Drift Toward War With Iran

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