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irreproachable
(adj)
i-rǝ-PROACH-ǝ-bǝl
Meaning

blameless; impeccable; beyond reproach; beyond blame; of perfect conduct

1st Sample Sentence

Theoretically, a leader should be a person of irreproachable conduct, but we all know that this is rarely the case.

Antonyms

ignoble, odious, reprehensible, sordid, unconscionable

Mnemonics

ir+re+proach+able-reproach-re+proach-one who RE (AGAIN) PROACH (APPROACH) someone has he is not satisfied with work or who CRITIZE WORK, so reproach means to be critized or doubted, irreproachable means the opposite, i. e, undoubtable Irreproachable, concentrate on IRR, Error less or blameless

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