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irreprehensible

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not reprehensible; not to be reprehended or censured; blameless.

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

  • adjective Not reprehensible; blameless; innocent.

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

  • adjective not reprehensible, blameless, without blame; innocent

Etymologies

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

From the synonymous Latin adjective irreprehensibilis. Confer the French word irreprehensible. See reprehensible.

Examples

  • And the father and mother taking their daughter kissed her and let her depart, warning her to worship her husband’s father and mother, love her husband, to rule well the meiny, to govern the house and to keep herself irreprehensible, that is to say, without reproof.

    The Golden Legend, vol. 2

  • Oh, how the morally rightous liberals are going to pounce all over this irreprehensible conduct because we all know how superiorly civil they conduct themselves at all times!!

    McDonnell drops F-bomb in live interview

  • And to leave him out of the list is irreprehensible.

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  • I find it morally irreprehensible of him to come out with this now.

    Bartlett rips McClellan, calls allegation 'total crap'

  • If Blagoavich is eventually convicted, or his peers determine that his conduct was irreprehensible, then it becomes a matter of determining whether the Governor was of sound mind, and whether any decisions he made was based upon sound reasoning.

    Senate Dems To Block Burris' Path To Senate -- Perhaps Even Literally

  • CW is targeting young females and these characters are morally irreprehensible.

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  • Those activities fall into an irreprehensible category known as "Hazing," as well as being poor military pratice.

    A Soldier's Story: Recruit is 'changing before our eyes'

  • According to the common translation of this text, Paul exhorts the Christians of Thessalonica to keep themselves irreprehensible "for" the coming of the Lord.

    Archive 2008-11-30

  • It is the cry of a person who feels himself to be in grave danger, but it is also the cry of the Church in the midst of the many snares that surround her, that threaten her holiness, that irreprehensible integrity of which the Apostle Paul speaks, that must be maintained for the coming of the Lord.

    Zenit: Papal Advent Homily

  • It is the cry of a person who feels himself to be in grave danger, but it is also the cry of the Church in the midst of the many snares that surround her, that threaten her holiness, that irreprehensible integrity of which the Apostle Paul speaks, that must be maintained for the coming of the Lord.

    Archive 2008-11-30

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