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immaculate

[ ih-mak-yuh-lit ]
/ ɪˈmæk yə lɪt /
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adjective
free from spot or stain; spotlessly clean: immaculate linen.
free from moral blemish or impurity; pure; undefiled.
free from fault or flaw; free from errors: an immaculate text.
Biology. having no spots or colored marks; unicolor.
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Origin of immaculate

1400–50; late Middle English <Latin immaculātus unspotted. See im-2, maculate

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How to use immaculate in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for immaculate

immaculate
/ (ɪˈmækjʊlɪt) /

adjective
completely clean; extremely tidyhis clothes were immaculate
completely flawless, etcan immaculate rendering of the symphony
morally pure; free from sin or corruption
biology of only one colour, with no spots or markings

Derived forms of immaculate

immaculacy or immaculateness, nounimmaculately, adverb

Word Origin for immaculate

C15: from Latin immaculātus, from im- (not) + macula blemish
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