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impeccable +‎ -ly


  • (UK, US) IPA(key): /ɪmˈpɛk.ə.bli/
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impeccably (comparative more impeccably, superlative most impeccably)

  1. In a perfect or flawless manner.
    • 1995, David Dubal, Art of the Piano: Its performers, literature, and recordings, page 433
      The great pianist was a prolific composer, who wrote impeccably for the piano.
    • 1999, The Xenophobe's Guide to the French, page 17
      It is difficult to distinguish one bourgeois from another: the grande bourgeoisie are impeccably dressed at all times and don't speak to anyone outside their own class; the bonne bourgeoisie are impeccably dressed and speak to everyone; the petite bourgeoisie are impeccably dressed and speak only to complain []
    • 2009, Susanna Zaraysky, Language Is Music, page 19
      In fact, even when I did make some small mistakes with grammar, people still said I spoke impeccably.


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