Definition of irreproachable in English:

irreproachable

adjective

  • Beyond criticism; faultless.

    ‘his private life was irreproachable’
    • ‘The level of care they gave to my mother was irreproachable, so professional and understanding.’
    • ‘Any kind of civilization system has its inherent requirement of heredity and self-existence, which is irreproachable.’
    • ‘He was of a mild and cheerful temper, generous to the extent of his means, and of an inventive genius; and his conduct after marriage was irreproachable.’
    • ‘Despite himself, he was ambushed into wondering whether its plastic beams and presumptuous furnishings had played host to more than the usual irreproachable clientele on the previous evening.’
    • ‘Diana and Athena can't touch her, there in the air, absolutely irreproachable.’
    • ‘Only a resolute leader who sets an irreproachable personal example stands any chance of making headway.’
    • ‘To his admirers he was a resolute, wily, irreproachable and indomitable champion of the workers' cause.’
    • ‘The cooking is really rather good and it represents irreproachable value for money.’
    • ‘Bureaucrats are always selfless and the motives of politicians and policymakers normally irreproachable.’
    • ‘After announcing his ‘retirement’, he came back determined to attach himself only to projects of irreproachable aesthetic integrity.’
    • ‘A foreigner has to be irreproachable, he has to be an example, and even more at Arsenal or Liverpool.’
    • ‘Most impressive among the generally irreproachable casting is Brian Stokes Mitchell in the title role.’
    • ‘More than his divine powers, his glorious heritage or his incredible prowess was his unblemished, untarnished, irreproachable character.’
    • ‘The applicant must have had only one illegitimate child, have ‘fallen’ under a promise of marriage, and been of previously irreproachable behavior.’
    • ‘They must be loyal and irreproachable in their conduct.’
    • ‘Entertainment can often just be a kind of narcissism where you go to identify with people who are morally irreproachable and physically beautiful.’
    • ‘Collum, who had as of late been pathologically tardy, arrived last, his hair disheveled, but his suit in irreproachable order.’
    • ‘His reason for so doing is clearly stated: he wishes to utilize irreproachable legal methods to enhance the credibility of the norms for which he argues.’
    • ‘He acknowledges the cheers of his back benches, flicks an invisible speck from his irreproachable Paul Smith sleeve and saunters off back to Downing Street.’
    • ‘Funnily enough, the fact that Wright had been something of an Ordinary Joe as a player - though one with an irreproachable work ethic - was to prove his greatest strength.’
    impeccable, exemplary, model, copybook, immaculate, outstanding, exceptional, admirable, meritorious, honourable, consummate, perfect, ideal
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Origin

Mid 17th century: from French irreprochable, from in- ‘not’ + reprochable (from reprocher ‘to reproach’).

Pronunciation

irreproachable

/ˌi(r)rəˈprōCHəb(ə)l//ˌɪ(r)rəˈproʊtʃəb(ə)l/