I honestly can't think of a word for this. The Cambridge British English dictionary doesn't have it listed as a word, other dictionaries online sometimes have it but don't list synonyms for it. I've tried prefixing un to the synonyms of criticise, but I end up with similar neologisms like unchallengeable.
As I think uncriticisable is a bit ugly (and therefore a self referential oxymoron:) would anyone know of there a prettier synonym I can use that is…?
a) in a major British dictionary
b) doesn't need a negation prefixed like un or non etc
It would be used in the following sentence:
…including those that support and propogate an unreformed, uncriticisable doctrine.
Here are the primary sources I used:
- I used the OSX dictionary and thesaurus. Since it is set to use British English, uncriticisable does not have an entry and unchallengeable has an entry in the dictionary but not in the thesaurus.
- I used the Cambridge British English dictionary and thesaurus. Uncritisable is not found. Uncritiseable is also not found. Unchallengeable is not found. Therefore I wasn't going to get any suggestions.
- I also tried uncriticizable but that redirects to criticize and you'll note that no antonyms are listed.