An example of something impeccable is the taste of a well-dressed man.
- not liable to sin, incapable of wrongdoing
- without defect or error; faultless; flawless
Origin of impeccableClassical Latin impeccabilis ; from in-, not + peccare, to sin
- Having no flaws; perfect. See Synonyms at perfect.
- Not capable of sinning or not liable to sin.
Origin of impeccableLatin impecc&amacron;bilis : in-, not; see in–1 + pecc&amacron;re, to sin; see ped- in Indo-European roots.
(comparative more impeccable, superlative most impeccable)
- Perfect, without faults, flaws or errors
- The only impeccable writers are those who never wrote. - William Hazlitt
- He grew up in Norway, but he writes impeccable English.
- Incapable of wrongdoing or sin; immaculate
From Middle French impeccable, from Latin impeccabilis (“not liable to sin”), from im- (“not”) + peccare (“to err, to sin”).