use impeccable in a sentence.
Sometimes my timing is impeccable.
Down-modded for English that isn't impeccable?
Above all: Impeccable communication and delivery on time as promised.
You post to HN about your impeccable backup practices
I can't imagine why Y Combinator would reject someone with such impeccable taste in similies...
Is the not-so-impeccable title "Impecabble grammar" there on purpose?
This article is impeccable -- I have consciously observed every effect noted in the article on my 97 Ford Explorer.
Arrington's timing on breaking angelgate was impeccable - likely sweetened, or at least helped seal the deal at the 11th hour.
Your hand eye coordination must be impeccable then.
The logic is impeccable: why do we search pilots when they get (access to) a gun once they have been cleared.
If you're going to publicly shame people for making inappropriate puns you'd be well served to keep your own semi-public behavior impeccable.
Howard Dean had an impeccable record with the NRA, back when he was running for the nominee in 2004, at least.
I meant that if he was given the opportunity to work under Stephen Hawking, his research must have been impeccable and unquestionable.
You'll look like a tool with a cane unless you: a) genuinely have a limp, b) are wearing some sort of impeccable reproduction of Victorian men's wear (and not some silly steampunk crap), or c) are over 50.
No, general public needs to learn about his integrity, erudition and impeccable scientific standing.
Sometimes it's impeccable execution, sometimes is perfect strategy or exquisite timing, and yet, sometimes, it's like winning the lottery.