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"Impeccable Meaning In Bengali"

Impeccable (adjective) - অনবদ্য; অপাপবিদ্ধ; নিষ্পাপ; নিখুঁত; নিষ্কলঙ্ক; নিরপরাধ; অনিন্দ্য; অনপরাধ; অনিন্দনীয়; নির্দোষ; নির্দোষ;; ত্রুটিহীন; পাপস্পর্শহীন;

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Impeccable Meaning in Bengali. Impeccable শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Impeccable meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Impeccable".

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Impeccable বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Impeccable in English? What does Impeccable mean? What is another word for Impeccable? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: impeccabilities, impeccability, impeccable, impeccableness, impeccables, impeccably, impeccance, impeccancy, impeccant, impeccunious,

Impeccable Example in a sentence

Impeccable Example in a sentence:

Example Sentences for impeccable

But the manners both of Coneni and of his daughter were impeccable.

I think we could get the newscasts to see it as impeccable public behavior.

With a slight inclination of the head Mr. Brimmer passed out into the lobby, erect, self-possessed, and impeccable.

Your laundress will report on everything, you know; so you must be impeccable.

"Pour les ongles," the obliging young man pronounced with impeccable accent.

The routine of the Inn was impeccable; but students and benchers were not.

Suffice it to say that little by little she grew to believe that in him the impeccable resided.

He is dressed in impeccable taste—evidently a man of culture.

Her character has been impugned by historians; even her most faithful champions have not pronounced her impeccable.

Mr. Hearty was the god of her idolatry, impeccable, austere and unimpeachable.

Impeccable History and Origin

History of: Impeccable

Word Origin & History

impeccable 1531, "not capable of sin," from M.Fr. impeccable (15c.), from L. impeccabilis "not liable to sin," from in- "not" + pecare "to sin," of unknown origin.

Impeccable Synonyms

precise unblemished exquisite immaculate accurate aces clean correct exact faultless infallible innocent irreproachable nice perfect pure right sinless stainless unerring unimpeachable errorless unflawed ten A-okay apple-pie fleckless incorrupt note-perfect on target

Impeccable Definition

adjective
1.
faultless; flawless; irreproachable:
impeccable manners.
2.
not liable to sin; incapable of sin.

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