[ɪmpˈɛkəbə͡l], [ɪmpˈɛkəbə‍l], [ɪ_m_p_ˈɛ_k_ə_b_əl]

Definitions of impeccable:

  1.   Not liable to sin; exempt from the possibility of doing wrong.
  2.   Not capable of sin or error.
  4.   Not liable or subject to sin.
  5.   Not liable to sin.
  6.   without fault or error; " faultless logic"; " speaks impeccable French"; " timing and technique were immaculate"; " an immaculate record"
  7.   Impeccability.
  8.   not capable of sin
  9.   One who is impeccable; esp., one of a sect of Gnostic heretics who asserted their sinlessness.
  10.   Not liable to sin; faultless.

Antonyms for impeccable:

censurable, blameworthy, reprehensible, wrong, untruthful, wicked, unsound, false, defective, faulty, off, inexact, flawed, incorrect, bad, blamable, erroneous, amiss, reproachable, culpable, imperfect, untrue, inaccurate.

Quotes for impeccable:

  1. My father is a man of impeccable character who has worked tirelessly for the United Nations for many years. His integrity is beyond reproach. – Kojo Annan
  2. You have one big mythology in your favor: Everyone believes that you Europeans are impeccable But I know you are jerks. – Fernando Flores
  3. In my time, we served with noble and ethical leaders: Gerry Ford, Bob Michael, John Rhodes, men of impeccable honesty. We didn't have anybody locked up for a violation of ethics. – Pete McCloskey
  4. The qualities of an exceptional cook are akin to those of a successful tightrope walker: an abiding passion for the task, courage to go out on a limb and an impeccable sense of balance. – Bryan Miller
  5. Coming from Canada, being a writer and Jewish as well, I have impeccable paranoia credentials. – Mordecai Richler
  6. Be Impeccable With Your Word. Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against yourself or to gossip about others. Use the power of your word in the direction of truth and love. – Miguel Angel Ruiz
  7. I think the economic logic behind dumping a load of toxic waste in the lowest wage country is impeccable and we should face up to it. – Lawrence Summers
  8. President Ford was a devoted, decent man of impeccable integrity who put service to his country before his own self interest. He helped heal our nation during a time of crisis, provided steady leadership and restored people's faith in the presidency and in government. – Mark Udall
  9. Poe is the only impeccable writer. He was never mistaken. – Paul Valery

Usage examples for impeccable:

  1. From this client while in a state of abject subjection, Berry, whose heart was hard that day, but whose diplomacy was impeccable discovered a thing of moment. ” – The World For Sale, Volume 2. by Gilbert Parker
  2. “ I noticed that he looked tired and dusty, and, although he was ordinarily impeccable in his appearance, it was clear that he was at least two days from a razor. ” – The Circular Staircase by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  3. “ I repeat that Shakspere was not impeccable he was no Puritan; but we cannot think of the creator of Hamlet, Ophelia, Othello, Desdemona, Cordelia, Portia, Rosalind, Miranda, and Prospero as other than a man of a contrite spirit and a pure heart. ” – Stories of Authors, British and American by Edwin Watts Chubb
  4. Great as he was as sculptor, painter, architect, he was only perfect and impeccable as draughtsman. ” – The Life of Michelangelo Buonarroti by John Addington Symonds
  5. However, people will say, if laws are so impeccable in their right to authority, how is it that their interpretation leads so often to disputes? ” – Common Sense Subtitle: How To Exercise It by Yoritomo-Tashi
  6. “ I think we could get the newscasts to see it as impeccable public behavior. ” – Tinker's Dam by Joseph Tinker
  7. “ Freke, who had thought his courage impeccable found it failed him when he met Judith, for the first and last time, to settle upon the best course to pursue. ” – Throckmorton by Molly Elliot Seawell
  8. Like one with an impeccable ear, but with small esteem for his gifts as a singer, Gerald murmured the melody after her, just audibly, to show he cared to have his share in her memories. ” – Aurora the Magnificent by Gertrude Hall
  9. “ I doubt if even Karl Tausig, impeccable artist, unapproachable Chopin player, would have pleased the composer. ” – Chopin: The Man and His Music by James Huneker
  10. Incorruptible, yet versed to a fraction in each man's price; impeccable yet confidant in each man's foibles; smooth as silk, hard as adamant; impossible to wound, vex, annoy him- but not insensible; thoroughly kind. ” – What Will He Do With It, Book 7. by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  11. On his moral side, he was a typical reformer, a man of impeccable private character, solitary, a little austere. ” – Angel Island by Inez Haynes Gillmore
  12. Quite impeccable people, people who ordinarily seem unspotted from the world, are afflicted with umbrella morals. ” – Pebbles on the Shore by Alpha of the Plough (Alfred George Gardiner)
  13. On one of these sun- drenched Saturdays dedicated by a growing tradition to this or that national expression, the Ninety- ninth Regiment, to a flare of music that made the heart leap out against its walls, turned into a scene thus swept clean for it, a wave of olive drab, impeccable row after impeccable row of scissors- like legs advancing. ” – Gaslight Sonatas by Fannie Hurst
  14. With her almost unlimited power, her impeccable controls and her automatic stabilizers, I hardly see what could happen to her. ” – The Flying Legion by George Allan England
  15. Let the artist then, by all means, make his work impeccable clothe his ideas, feelings, visions, in just such garments as can withstand the winds of criticism. ” – Another Sheaf by John Galsworthy
  16. It was from his experience in Denver that Field learned that two- thirds of the business of a western legislature consisted in causing legislative hold- ups, of which the transportation companies were the victims, and the most vociferously impeccable statesmen the chief beneficiaries. ” – Eugene Field, A Study In Heredity And Contradictions by Slason Thompson
  17. His social value does not lie wholly in the fact of his opinions being sound or his judgment impeccable – A Grammar of Freethought by Chapman Cohen
  18. This day, Lou would be disinherited for the eleventh time, and it would take him perhaps six months of impeccable behavior to regain the promise of a share in the estate. ” – The Big Trip Up Yonder by Kurt Vonnegut
  19. Even in the last revision of his early compositions we find him altering passages, which at first sight appear impeccable with the object of enriching their harmony and without scrupling to use hidden octaves. ” – Johann Sebastian Bach by Johann Nikolaus Forkel and Charles Sanford Terry