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be above suspicion/reproach/criticism etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe above suspicion/reproach/criticism etcbe above suspicion/reproach/criticism etcGOOD/MORALto be so good that no one can doubt or criticize you Even the king’s closest advisers were not above suspicion. above
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be above suspicion/reproach/criticism etcYou must be above suspicion of any impropriety.The motives were above reproach since a large sum was raised for deserving charities every year.
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