from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Having no flaws; perfect. synonym: perfect.
- adjective Not capable of sinning or not liable to sin.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Not liable to err; not subject to sin; exempt from the possibility of doing wrong.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Not liable to sin; exempt from the possibility of doing wrong.
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Perfect, without faults, flawsor errors
Incapableof wrongdoingor sin; immaculate
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective without fault or error
- adjective not capable of sin
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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The list continued to intrigue me, and I began to read about the piece, which does indeed appear to be an essay, written in impeccable academic style.
However, his move to Juventus, who are the early leaders in Serie A, appears to have reinvigorated one of the classiest midfielders around and during Friday's draw against Serbia, his performance was labelled "impeccable" by Gazzetta Dello Sport, who also named him man of the match.
His voting record has been impeccable from a conservative point of view.
There are dozens of stately homes dating from the beginning of the twentieth century; most of which are in impeccable condition.
Davison gives us the true facts, in impeccable detail.
The word to sum up this production is 'impeccable' - stunning stage set, not a single noticable fluffed line, witty choreography and an ensemble cast of incredible singers.
From his side hung a pristine gladius in impeccable condition – a complete opposite to the rusty tool that still lay on the forum floor like a forgotten child’s toy – sheathed in an ornately decorated leather scabbard.
I wish the orchestra had been miked with more presence—it sounds a bit dull—but otherwise the production is musically impeccable, which is no small achievement given the complexities of Mr. Sondheim's score.
All this can be attained through what don Juan calls impeccable living.
Her footwork and court positioning remain impeccable.