They were the most learned men of the thirteenth century, and also the most reproachless in morals.
In moral character Calhoun was as reproachless as Washington.
He smiled as he saw her eat the kernels, and look up in his face with a wondering, yet reproachless eye.
The domestic article in New Orleans is reproachless, notwithstanding it remains as it always was.
Some ladies in reproachless summer gowns at other tables gave animation and color to the scene.
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.