Definition of impeccable in English:

impeccable

Line breaks: im|pec¦cable
Pronunciation: /ɪmˈpɛkəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

1In accordance with the highest standards; faultless: he had impeccable manners
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  • He did what he always does to his usual impeccable standards.
  • By winning 21 titles on the PGA Tour, he has set his own impeccable standards.
  • As you would expect, with such a large field to choose from, the technical standard is impeccable.
Synonyms
1.1 Theology, rare Not liable to sin.
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  • The beryl brings before us the impeccable humanity of Christ - his spotless, sinless life.

Origin

mid 16th century (in the theological sense): from Latin impeccabilis, from in- 'not' + peccare 'to sin'.

Derivatives

impeccability

Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
noun
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  • This week's Libran mandate is Beautify - which you Virgos do naturally for the world by cleaning, freshening, sorting, tidying, arranging and maintaining elegant order and Zen impeccability.
  • Unless, of course, you just PREACH impeccability and are not in the habit of PRACTICING it, too!
  • The brave risk of such small-scale impeccability and tastefulness lies in the possibility of underwhelming jaded ears (such as my own), but the restraint is rewarding and laudable.

impeccably

adverb
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  • Always impeccably dressed, his perfect image became his main political message.
  • The piano and string arrangements are uniformly excellent and impeccably recorded.
  • The result is wonderfully direct music-making, all impeccably and naturally accomplished.

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