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Date: 1500-1600
Language: Latin
Origin: impeccabilis, from peccare 'to do bad things'

impeccable

adjective
     
im‧pec‧ca‧ble
without any faults and impossible to criticize [= perfect]:
She has taught her children impeccable manners.
a bar with impeccable service
impeccably adverb:
impeccably dressed

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