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[ri-prohch-lis] /rɪˈproʊtʃ lɪs/
Origin of reproachless
First recorded in 1820-30; reproach + -less
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reproachlessness, noun Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • In moral character Calhoun was as reproachless as Washington.

  • The domestic article in New Orleans is reproachless, notwithstanding it remains as it always was.

    Life On The Mississippi, Complete Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
  • They were the most learned men of the thirteenth century, and also the most reproachless in morals.

  • Some ladies in reproachless summer gowns at other tables gave animation and color to the scene.


    O. Henry
  • For fifty years he had borne an unsullied name; for more than thirty years he had been a model of reproachless chivalry.

  • It is his reproachless character, and his devotion to duty, and love of his people which impress us from first to last.

  • It appealed to all people of romantic tastes, and was reproachless from a moral point of view.

  • The knight raised up woman, and she made him a reproachless chevalier in return; but it did not end there.

    The Youth of Jefferson J. E. Cooke.
  • He smiled as he saw her eat the kernels, and look up in his face with a wondering, yet reproachless eye.

    Olive Leaves Lydia Howard Sigourney

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