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  1. free from any spot, stain, etc.; immaculately clean: a spotless kitchen.
  2. irreproachable; pure; undefiled: a spotless reputation.

Origin of spotless

Middle English word dating back to 1300–50; see origin at spot, -less
Related formsspot·less·ly, adverbspot·less·ness, noun

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Historical Examples of spotless

  • The table was covered with a cloth as white and spotless as good linen can well be.

  • With his spotless hue, he resembled a snow drift, wafted along by the wind.

    Tanglewood Tales

    Nathaniel Hawthorne

  • Invoke not the unhallowed spirits of the abyss; invoke the spotless synod of the Gods.


    William Godwin

  • Her tender side is gored; her spotless and snowy coat is deformed with blood.


    William Godwin

  • He opposed to it the unconquered shield of spotless innocence.


    William Godwin

British Dictionary definitions for spotless


  1. free from stains; immaculate
  2. free from moral impurity; unsullieda spotless character
Derived Formsspotlessly, adverbspotlessness, noun
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Word Origin and History for spotless

c.1300, spotlez; see spot (n.) + -less. Figurative sense is from 1570s. Related: Spotlessly.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper