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In Need Of A Spring Window
March 20th, 2002 - 3:42 p.m.I'm Currently Avoiding:
I'd swear that I already updated today. Oh yeah, that's because I did. Ha. Did I have something to say? I forgot. I don't think I did, so I should just go away. I guess it's the first day of Spring today. Whee. Too bad the weather sucks so much. Rain, rain, go away...
Speaking of Going Away...I have things I need to do. (Besides, I need this window for something else now.)
impeccable (adj. im-PEH-kuh-bul)
1 : not capable of sinning or liable to sin
2 : free from fault or blame : flawless
The word impeccable has been used in English since at least 1531. It derives from the Latin word impeccabilis, a combination of the Latin prefix in-, meaning not, and the verb peccare, meaning to sin. If you have an impeccable vocabulary, you already know some other words that come from peccare. There is peccadillo, meaning a slight offense, and peccant, meaning guilty of a moral offense or simply faulty. Additionally, there is peccavi (from Latin --literally, I have sinned), meaning an acknowledgment of sin.
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