irreproachable love


from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Perfect or blameless in every respect; faultless: irreproachable conduct.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. free from blame, not open to reproach or criticism; blameless.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Not reproachable; above reproach; not deserving reproach; blameless.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not reproachable; not open to reproach or criticism; free from blame.
  • Synonyms Unblamable, blameless, spotless, immaculate, faultless.

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

  • adj. free of guilt; not subject to blame


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Originated 1625–35 from ir- (not) + reproachable.


  • It is not enough for them that their brothers or husbands should pay for the seats at the opera and accompany them there, clad in irreproachable evening dress.

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  • “This picture is beautiful and in a perfect state, in a word irreproachable,” read the notes from Knoedler’s.

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  • His conduct has, of late, been what the world calls irreproachable; but then I know his heart is still unchanged; and I know that spring is approaching, and deeply dread the consequences.

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  • But that it should be possible to bring such a charge against an 'irreproachable'

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  • In short, although Reed Smoot was one of a confessed band of law-breaking traitors, he was of "irreproachable" private character.

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  • Claude Corset, head of the wine merchant company Ducasse and a leading defendant in the case, told The Associated Press on Thursday that his wine was "irreproachable" and reserves the right to appeal.

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  • President Nicolas Sarkozy, who promised to bring in an ethic of "irreproachable" accountability in 2007, saw his popularity plunge to an all-time low this week. Music briefs

  • "irreproachable", charging that the report from Kigali was politically-motivated.

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  • At the center of it is Bill Belichick, the taciturn Kenobi in a hoodie, whose press conference grunts are scrutinized like koans and whose personnel decisions are trusted as irreproachable.

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  • We have a great deal to repent of, and we will have every day, until we are finally delivered and begin a life irreproachable.

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