/ɪmˈpɛk ə bəl/
faultless; flawless; irreproachable:
not liable to sin; incapable of sin.
faultless, sinless. See
without flaw or error; faultless:
an impeccable record
incapable of sinning
[C16: from Late Latin
sinless, from Latin
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We all behaved impeccably and did extremely well at school.
Despite the appearance of the rest of the building, her apartment was impeccably clean and orderly.
The crowd in this stylish old resort dresses impeccably well.
Exquisitely detailed and impeccably preserved, this golden ram once crowned a nomad's headdress.
They are all hallowed places, somber and impeccably maintained.
He wore impeccably tailored tweed suits and sometimes a monocle.
Many of the original altarpieces, structures, and art are impeccably maintained.
It is impeccably looked after and the arrangements for tourists are excellent.
Out slide two neat rows of chipmunks, impeccably preserved.
He was tall and trim and impeccably dressed, his suits well-pressed and invariably accented with suspenders and florid bow ties.
He dressed impeccably, lecturing in well-tailored sport coats and ties on even the hottest summer days.
On the other hand, he lives in a suburban-style tract house that is impeccably neat except for the room in which he works.
These impeccably tailored wool trousers come in neon pink with a sunflower printed cotton overshirt in pink and green.
He wore an impeccably pressed cashmere suit of deep blue with flecks of gray.
The countryside whizzes by in a blur, though the ride is impeccably smooth.
His family life is impeccably monogamous and progenitive.
Even if the railways had been impeccably managed and in tip-top condition, privatising the tracks would have been a mistake.
The departmental five-year plans rolling off the government's presses are all impeccably on-message.
Now they are more likely to be shown impeccably attired, driving the car to work.
The agencies, of course, argue that they are impeccably thorough.
It was impeccably well-behaved, good-humoured and entirely self-policed.
The article was perfectly well written, impeccably argued and ultimately vindicated.
Lauder made sure the menu was impeccably prepared and nutritious.
She dressed impeccably and had her nails done once a week.
Khaki and other casual fabrics are acceptable, as long as the pieces are well pressed and impeccably clean.
Most sites are pull-through and all are impeccably maintained.
They base this mostly on the resort's impeccably groomed runs and their diversity of skill level.
Suits that were spare and sleek were also impeccably cut in plush fabrics.
But the siren call became too tempting, especially after an offhand-yet-impeccably-timed remark made last spring.
The mix is up to you, but your selection must be high quality and impeccably fresh.
His thoughtful and often funny perceptions of life are impeccably worded.
Most of the time, the star's intense gravity keeps it impeccably smooth, with maximum surface imperfections of half a millimeter.
From their exquisite patinas to their painstakingly worked forms, these works are impeccably resolved formally and technically.
He is kind and gentle in nature, has a great smile and dresses impeccably.
Throughout, disaster protocol was carefully followed and staff performed impeccably.