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Home - Johnson's Dictionary Online - A DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: IN WHICH The WORDS are deduced from their ORIGINALS, AND ...

www.wordreference.com/definition/immaculate

immaculate - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and ... entry in Unabridged irreproachable, blameless, unimpeachable, unexceptionable.

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An Historical and Critical Dictionary: Pierre Bayle: ), philosopher whose Dictionnaire ... of the information in Moréri, the entries were largely unexceptionable.

languagehat.com/groak

Mar 15, 2010 ... The discussion is fairly predictable and the conclusion unexceptionable (you should learn ... It's also in the Dictionary of the Scots Language:.

www.grammarphobia.com/blog/2010/05/how-much-is-a-few.html

May 5, 2010 ... But in phrases like “a few” or “some few,” according to the dictionary, ... In informal contexts this usage is quite common and unexceptionable.”.

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... cabalism fundamentalist bookstand airless goings-on problematic interpretation doorknob unexceptionable town meeting letter opener power switch snap line ...

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Oct 18, 2007 ... ... in the dictionary. True enough it isn't -- neither Websters or Oxford. It does get approximately 12,000 Googits and it sounds unexceptionable ...

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dict.cc German-English Dictionary: Translation for einwandfrei. ... English- German Dictionary. English-German translation for: ... unexceptionable {adj}

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Definition of TALES: Lat Such; such men. When, by means of challenges or any other cause, a sufficient number of unexceptionable jurors does not appear at ...