Simple Definition of impeccable
: free from fault or error
Examples of impeccable
Grandfather found a reason to slip in every five minutes. The empty soda cans had to be removed, the bowl of potato chips refreshed. He was sure that he moved unnoticed, like an impeccable waiter of the old school … —Darryl Pinckney, High Cotton, 1992
His English was impeccable but halting, like a well-tooled but slightly rusted machine. —John Updike, New Yorker, 20 Apr. 1987
In order to ensure that at least one verifiable Spaniard participate in this critical venture, Mendoza asked Bishop Zumárraga to nominate as second-in-command a younger friar with impeccable credentials, and the cleric selected a Fransiscan in whom he had great faith … —James A. Michener, Texas, 1985
She has impeccable taste in music.
<the etiquette expert was celebrated for her absolutely impeccable manners>
Origin of impeccable
Latin impeccabilis, from in- + peccare to sin
First Known Use: 1531
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