Definition of "impeccability" [im•pec•ca•bil•i•ty]
The property of being impeccable.(noun)
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Use "impeccability" in a sentence
"I have never pretended to impeccability, which is an admission that I may very naturally offend."
"Through stalking, the fundamental contribution of those warriors to sorcery was the notion of impeccability '."
"For Paul, the question of "impeccability" wasn't even a question -- but for the rest of us, apparently, it is because we want to immediately dive into the "yeah but nobody's perfect but Christ" routine and thereby make this passage a lot of big ideas with no practical use."