unimpeachable

adjective
un·​im·​peach·​able | \ˌən-im-ˈpē-chə-bəl \

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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Other Words from unimpeachable

unimpeachably \ ˌən-​im-​ˈpē-​chə-​blē \ adverb

Examples of unimpeachable in a Sentence

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

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Perhaps some unimpeachable facts will soon come out. Ed Kilgore, Daily Intelligencer, "Trump Believes ‘100 Per Cent’ in Jim Jordan’s Innocence in Sex Abuse Case. That’s Reassuring.," 5 July 2018 Sara was raised by a single mother who, before dying young, gave her pretty unimpeachable advice: Never depend on a man. Glen David Gold, New York Times, "Staying Together by Living Apart (in a Duplex)," 22 June 2018 Given the score's rhythmic complexity and harmonic idiosyncrasies (sly integrations of modal and medieval harmonies), the choral performance, under Alex Monroe's musical direction, is nearly unimpeachable. Justin Hayford, Chicago Reader, "Facility Theatre presents an intricate, complicated Little Match Girl Passion," 19 Apr. 2018 While his gamesmanship, chirping and constant working of the referees have often made Paul a polarizing figure, his devotion to his craft is unimpeachable. Ben Golliver, SI.com, "Rockets’ Upset Hopes Hang on Chris Paul’s Hamstring," 25 May 2018 Perhaps Hannity, a latter-day Woodward and Bernstein wrapped into one, just ran out of characters with which to enumerate his unimpeachable journalistic bona fides. Jay Willis, GQ, "Sean Hannity Can't Decide If He's a Journalist or Not," 16 Mar. 2018 The sun was shining on the royal wedding party — that is, a royal wedding party of corgis — on Tuesday in New York City, where Lifetime hosted a gathering of canines of unimpeachable pedigree. Raisa Bruner, Time, "Corgis Dressed Up As a Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for a Royal Wedding of Their Own," 8 May 2018 This is what Sidney Poitier, his friend and movie partner, was always up against: inhabiting the superhumanly unimpeachable. Wesley Morris, New York Times, "Cliff Huxtable Was Bill Cosby’s Sickest Joke," 26 Apr. 2018 Video games don't have to be morally unimpeachable, but the ideas that a game wants taken seriously should be taken seriously. Joshua Rivera, GQ, "Far Cry 5 Review: Finally, a Video Game for Cowards," 2 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of unimpeachable

1784, in the meaning defined above

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unimpeachable

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of unimpeachable

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

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