Impeccable meaning

ĭm-pĕk'ə-bəl
Having no flaws; perfect.
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Not liable to sin, incapable of wrongdoing.
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Without defect or error; faultless; flawless.
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It was easy for James V to imprison Lady Glamis, but actually convicting her was far more difficult; her character was impeccable and she was highly respected by all who knew her.

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The definition of impeccable is defined as something that is faultless.

An example of something impeccable is the taste of a well-dressed man.

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Not capable of sinning or not liable to sin.
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The only impeccable writers are those who never wrote. - William Hazlitt.

He grew up in Norway, but he writes impeccable English.

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Origin of impeccable

  • Latin impeccābilis in- not in–1 peccāre to sin ped- in Indo-European roots
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Middle French impeccable, from Latin impeccabilis (“not liable to sin”), from im- (“not”) + peccare (“to err, to sin”).
    From Wiktionary