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beyond reproach

not to be criticized These were men of outstanding character who were beyond reproach.
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beyond reproach

Blameless, faultless, as in Jean's conduct at school is beyond reproach. The phrase employs the verb to reproach in the sense of "censure or rebuke," a usage dating from the early 1500s.
See also: beyond, reproach
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The talents of that squad are virtually beyond reproach, but if Proc can help nurture a new nucleus of Boro stars of the future then he will be worth his weight in gold.
Yanukovych's supporters may be angry about it today, but if the new election process is conducted in a manner that is beyond reproach, even they can be satisfied in due course that fairness and justice have prevailed.
Now this is not to say that America's burghers and bureaucrats are beyond reproach when it comes to greed and graft.
The directors of the company acted beyond reproach.
The current Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin, is a man whose reputation is beyond reproach and he deserves praise for facing up to the horrors of the past.
Yanukovych's supporters may be angry about it tonight but, if the new election process is conducted in a manner that is beyond reproach, even they can be satisfied in due course that fairness and justice have prevailed.
Their diction is letter perfect, their manner relaxed, their ensemble superb and their commitment beyond reproach.
The reputation of RMD Dance president, Giorgio Costonis as both an artist/producer and businessman along with his respective colleague, KC Flightt, is beyond reproach and rock solid in an all too often fickle business made up of far too many perpetrators, imitators and pretenders.
Duncan Foster's swaggering,arrogant Jason displayed with conviction the almost endearing naivety and casual sophistry of a man certain that his deeds were beyond reproach.
To further support this, the company is instituting a new independent 'whistleblower' system to provide added assurances that its reporting systems are beyond reproach.
Let's hope Brand's resignation and Ross's suspension from the BBC act as a warning to all those other overpaid celebrities who think they are beyond reproach.
His comments demean his position but clearly,he does not like to be criticised and believes himself to be beyond reproach.
This was a person who was beyond reproach and he was just asking the questions a CEO should be asking,'' Rosas said of Honda's inquiries about Rooney.
His technical, managerial and business skills are best in class, and his integrity and loyalty are beyond reproach.