: not reprehensible : free from blame or reproach
conduct in all respects irreprehensible

Word History


Middle English, from Late Latin irreprehensibilis, from Latin in- in- entry 1 + reprehensus (past participle of reprehendere to reprehend) + -ibilis -ible

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“Irreprehensible.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 15 Jul. 2024.

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