unimpeachable

adjective
un·​im·​peach·​able | \ ˌən-im-ˈpē-chə-bəl How to pronounce unimpeachable (audio) \

Definition of unimpeachable

: not impeachable: such as
a : reliable beyond a doubt unimpeachable evidence an unimpeachable source
b : not liable to accusation : irreproachable an unimpeachable reputation

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unimpeachably \ ˌən-​im-​ˈpē-​chə-​blē How to pronounce unimpeachably (audio) \ adverb

Examples of unimpeachable in a Sentence

a person of unimpeachable integrity The information is from an unimpeachable source.

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Well, sure, the reasoning is, at least, unimpeachable. Libby Watson, The New Republic, "Brett Kavanaugh Has Democrats Running Scared," 17 Sep. 2019 And the voice cast is unimpeachable: Helena Bonham Carter, Andy Samberg, Mark Hamill, Awkwafina and Taron Egerton all contribute their talents to the series. Time, "What to Know About The Dark Crystal Before Watching the Netflix Prequel," 29 Aug. 2019 Among some black voters, his barrier-breaking legacy is near unimpeachable. New York Times, "Progressive Activists Have Pushed Democrats to the Left on Climate Issues. Now What?," 4 Aug. 2019 In this regard, the Warriors played an unimpeachable game. Rob Mahoney, SI.com, "The Hobbled Warriors Just Didn't Have Enough," 14 June 2019 Even the most unimpeachable victories for original films still pale in comparison to what’s become an average summer weekend at the box office for Disney. Adam Epstein, Quartzy, "Quentin Tarantino had a good weekend. Disney had a much better one," 29 July 2019 Human trafficking is the perfect vehicle for the Washington politics of this era—an opportunity for morally unimpeachable showmanship, a dignified stage for disinformation. Melissa Gira Grant, The New Republic, "White Mom’s Burden," 25 June 2019 The first film, starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones and directed by Barry Sonnenfeld, is an unimpeachable classic. David Sims, The Atlantic, "Men in Black: International Forgets What Made the Original So Great," 12 June 2019 Speen admired the unimpeachable quality that went with transportation workers in Chicago and the suburbs. Robert Tindall, Harper's magazine, "Sweet," 10 Mar. 2019

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First Known Use of unimpeachable

1784, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of unimpeachable was in 1784

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unimpeachable

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of unimpeachable

formal : very reliable and trusted : not able to be doubted or questioned

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