grammatically impeccable

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Is it correct to say "grammatically impeccable"?

Student: Are my sentences correct?
Teacher: The first is grammatically impeccable, although the wording is awful. The second is an incomprehensible cluster of words.
  • kentix

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    English - U.S.
    It's correct but wouldn't be common, probably. It sounds humorous and a little exaggerated, sort of tongue-in-cheek to me. If the teacher enjoys having a little fun they might use that wording.
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