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Synonyms for impeccable

Synonyms for impeccable

supremely excellent in quality or nature

Synonyms for impeccable

without fault or error

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not capable of sin

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Navy report said that Impeccable was transiting to Subic Bay when sailors spotted the fishermen on a partially submerged vessel and noted debris in the water.
I think it ought to be said publicly your impeccable character remains entirely unaffected by what you have experienced the last few days.
London, September 15 ( ANI ): Males from Britain have lost all their impeccable manners, a new study has revealed.
But that same impeccable sense of organization, that same meticulous eye for detail, can be found in her poetry, resulting in engaging, almost-delicate insights into love, war and the spectrum of emotion in between.
He said: "You are young men of not just good but impeccable character.
The senior US naval commander in the Pacific has blamed China for a confrontation between a US survey ship, the USNS Impeccable, and Chinese vessels earlier this month.
America said the USNS Impeccable sprayed one of the ships with water from fire hoses to try to force it away.
Writing with impeccable scholarship and a genuine knack for storytelling, Professor Pritchard has created a seminal work that is confidently recommended reading for both academia and the non-specialist general reader with an interest in turtles, tortoises, and a scientific life of adventure, discovery, and accomplishment.
Vance narrates smoothly with an impeccable upper-class British voice and then employs a variety of tones and accents for a wide assortment of early 19th-century London folk of many classes.
The design accommodates an impeccable mixture of uses and possibilities for events and festivals, without the latter feeling like an imposition on bland commercial space.
IN HORRIFYINGLY impeccable detail, author Kris-tian Williams argues that U.
Capital's intentions for the oceanfront property involve its development into a premier, five-star resort through extensive renovations and the institution of impeccable customer service standards.
A work of impeccable scholarship, Practices Of Dialogue In The Roman Catholic Church: Aims And Obstacles, Lessons And Laments by Bradford Hinze (Professor of Theology at Fordham University) is an substantively informative, academically rigorous, thought-provoking study of the history of the various practices of dialogue and their effectiveness at every level of the Roman Catholic Church around the globe in the past forty years.
Richard Move, that naughty Martha Graham impersonator with impeccable timing, presents his performance piece The Show (Achilles Heels) April 27-May 6 at The Kitchen.
And among all this unparalleled music are Coachella's typically overshadowed art installations and independent film showings that round out the festival and add to its impeccable cachet.