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impeccable

[ im-pek-uh-buhl ]
/ ɪmˈpɛk ə bəl /
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adjective

faultless; flawless; irreproachable: impeccable manners.
not liable to sin; incapable of sin.

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Origin of impeccable

First recorded in 1525–35, impeccable is from the Latin word impeccābilis faultless, sinless. See im-2, peccable

OTHER WORDS FROM impeccable

im·pec·ca·bil·i·ty, nounim·pec·ca·bly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for impeccable

impeccable
/ (ɪmˈpɛkəbəl) /

adjective

without flaw or error; faultlessan impeccable record
rare incapable of sinning

Derived forms of impeccable

impeccability, nounimpeccably, adverb

Word Origin for impeccable

C16: from Late Latin impeccābilis sinless, from Latin im- (not) + peccāre to sin
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