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- adv. In an unimpeachable manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unimpeachable manner; blamelessly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. without question
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I've known superb lawyers who are also unimpeachably decent human beings.
That's because Redford has become the Stanley Kramer of our times: a style-free, signature-less auteur of respectable American liberalism, unimpeachably decent and motivated by the highest ideals – and as boring as a 12-hour car ride with Teacher.
On the one hand, Rohan Maitzen's comments about the nature of "academic criticism" seem to me unimpeachably correct:
Now he's just sort of there, wrestling with the old problems in a way that is undoubtedly less exciting than when he was lurking inspirationally, unimpeachably, on the outside.
If you'd prefer to write about characters entirely innocent of TV, you'd need to retreat as far as the 1940s; then you get the second world war and the Holocaust, subjects that, despite their historical specificity, are understood by everyone to be unimpeachably Timeless.
Is there an occult value system in musical theatre salons that precludes the public performance -- even the period recreation -- of especially important and by all accounts unimpeachably great work, such as the Beatles catalog?
Like Brief Encounter, as unimpeachably swooning yet hilariously stiff a romance as you could desire.
In any case in my dealings with the Latin Americans I have found them unimpeachably charming and generally quite graceful, and nearly all spoke marvelous English.
Re: In any case in my dealings with the Latin Americans I have found them unimpeachably charming and generally quite graceful, and nearly all spoke marvelous English.
Statuesque and unimpeachably beautiful, Naomi Campbell clocked up a big birthday yesterday.