Through his wardrobe, he positioned himself as the flamboyant boss man and the irreproachable believer.
His talents were more than respectable, his life was irreproachable, he was wealthy and yet not a spendthrift.
The strategy, therefore, on that occasion was irreproachable.
The irreproachable private character of the President, and of all the members of his administration, is known and respected.
As a young wife she was irreproachable; perhaps she could not have been so as a mother.
He was, in my estimation, "the fearless and irreproachable knight," the Bayard of the army.
She comes from good common American stock, irreproachable and uninteresting in every way.
On the other hand, to pretend that she was an irreproachable wife seems as hazardous as to affirm her misconduct.
A suit of this kind should be as irreproachable in fit and finish as a tailor can make it.
With the discovery a thought of the most irreproachable benevolence possessed me.