impeccant

/ (ɪmˈpɛkənt) /

adjective

not sinning; free from sin

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Derived forms of impeccant

impeccancy, noun

Word Origin for impeccant

C18: from im- (not) + Latin peccant-, from peccāre to sin
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Example sentences from the Web for impeccant

  • Contrary to his impeccant habit, Average Jones bore the somewhat frazzled aspect of a man who has been up all night.

    Average Jones|Samuel Hopkins Adams