adjective un·re·prov·able \¦ənrə̇¦prüvəbəl, -rē¦-\

Definition of unreprovable

  1. :  not open to reproof :  not meriting censure :  blameless

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Origin and Etymology of unreprovable

unreprovable from Middle English, from 1un- + reprovable open to reproof, from reproven to reprove + -able

First Known Use: 14th century

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a brief usually trivial fact

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