Beyond any reasonable objection; irreproachable.(adjective)
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Use "unexceptionable" in a sentence
"During the latter part of the term his conduct had not been by any means "unexceptionable"; but it was part of Gabrielle's queer policy of secrecy to hide any lapse on Arthur's part from her husband."
"When you recall what most civilized climates are like, "unexceptionable," that cold and formal word, may well take your breath away."
"Timothy (though not having the name) exercised the power at Ephesus then, which bishops in the modern sense more recently exercised. blameless -- "unexceptionable"; giving no just handle for blame. husband of one wife -- confuting the celibacy of Rome's priesthood."