immaculate

Part of speech: adverb

Immaculately.

Part of speech: noun

IMMACULATENESS.

Part of speech: adjective

Without spot or blemish.

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Usage examples "immaculate":

  1. They were magnificent, and with her perfect face dividing their rippling flow she looked like some immaculate saint of legend being led to martyrdom. - "Roderick Hudson", Henry James.
  2. He glanced at Stafford's usually immaculate dress- clothes, which were covered with dust on one side, and displayed a rent in the sleeve of the coat. - "At Love's Cost", Charles Garvice.
  3. I looked upon the outward appearance- my immaculate appearance, met by fault- finding or indifference I Poor me! - "Happiness and Marriage", Elizabeth (Jones) Towne.