Impeccable – Word Of The Day For IELTS Speaking And Writing
Impeccable: (Adjective) /ɪmˈpekəbl/
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without any faults and impossible to criticize
Perfect, Faultless, Flawless
With nouns: Impeccable logic/ manners
For IELTS Speaking:.
“He worked out, with impeccable logic, that the best thing to do would be to cooperate.”
“Suddenly, his impeccable manners were gone..”
For IELTS Writing:
“In any Open Door disagreement, the employee is assumed to be right unless the manager has impeccable documentation to the contrary.”
Match the word below to complete these sentences.
salver, extraction, impeccable, noxious, disapproval, measurable
- She arranged them on the big table on the terrace where they looked …………….., like clothes set out for a wedding
- AHe’s made no ……………………. progress toward his accomplishing his goals
- Other ……………………. substances may be very good drugs too if they are understood and properly used
- On the ……………. was an ice-bucket cooling a bottle of champagne and two long fluted glasses.
- But still, underneath the words of ……………..l, I read the pleasure and the pride in his eyes
- The protesters are opposed to the …………………….. of minerals in the area.
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