Word of the Day: Impeccable

im-pec-ca ble / im-ˈpek-ə-bəl   adjective  
  1. without fault or flaw
When the mind is clear, behavior is always impeccable. Sylvia Boorstein, 1936-  
  1. sinless; unable to sin
The dead, with each passing day in the afterlife, become more and more impeccable to those who remain earthbound. Anna Godbersen, 1980-