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[ir-i-proh-chuh-buh l] /ˌɪr ɪˈproʊ tʃə bəl/
not reproachable; free from blame.
Origin of irreproachable
1625-35; ir-2 + reproachable
Related forms
irreproachableness, irreproachability, noun
irreproachably, adverb
blameless, impeccable, unflawed. Unabridged
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  • His talents were more than respectable, his life was irreproachable, he was wealthy and yet not a spendthrift.

    Dorothy's Double G. A. Henty
  • A suit of this kind should be as irreproachable in fit and finish as a tailor can make it.

    A Woman Tenderfoot Grace Gallatin Seton-Thompson
  • The irreproachable private character of the President, and of all the members of his administration, is known and respected.

    Peace with Mexico Albert Gallatin
  • The evening clothes were irreproachable; so were the frock coat and a morning suit.

    Ruggles of Red Gap Harry Leon Wilson
  • He was, in my estimation, "the fearless and irreproachable knight," the Bayard of the army.

  • "If they be moral and of irreproachable reputation," said Mrs. Ricketts.

    The Daltons, Volume I (of II) Charles James Lever
  • On the other hand, to pretend that she was an irreproachable wife seems as hazardous as to affirm her misconduct.

    Queens of the French Stage H. Noel Williams
  • The first game was irreproachable—every child was sitting on the floor.

    A Labrador Doctor Wilfred Thomason Grenfell
  • With the discovery a thought of the most irreproachable benevolence possessed me.

    The Mirror of Kong Ho Ernest Bramah
British Dictionary definitions for irreproachable


not deserving reproach; blameless
Derived Forms
irreproachability, irreproachableness, noun
irreproachably, adverb
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Word Origin and History for irreproachable

1630s, from French irréprochable (15c.), from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + réprochable (see reproach). Related: Irreproachably.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
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