Meaning of impeccability in English:

impeccability

Pronunciation /ɪmpɛkəˈbɪlɪti/

noun

See impeccable

‘This week's Libran mandate is Beautify - which you Virgos do naturally for the world by cleaning, freshening, sorting, tidying, arranging and maintaining elegant order and Zen impeccability.’
  • ‘Unless, of course, you just PREACH impeccability and are not in the habit of PRACTICING it, too!’
  • ‘The brave risk of such small-scale impeccability and tastefulness lies in the possibility of underwhelming jaded ears (such as my own), but the restraint is rewarding and laudable.’
  • ‘Justice and charity require us to do the best we can to respect and support our pastors: that doesn't oblige us to credit them with impeccability or unfailing wisdom.’
  • ‘But part of our challenge is to bring a certain precision and impeccability to our efforts.’