fleckless

fleckless

(ˈflɛkləs)
adj
without flecks; spotless
Translations
References in classic literature ?
Groups of gazing pilgrims stood around all and every of these strange objects, lost in reverent wonder, and envious of the fleckless sanctity which these pious austerities had won for them from an exacting heaven.
Architecture with a capital "A' is exploited as a mighty marketing tool, with riotous forms and oversized balconies that expand giddily into fleckless blue skies.
Though the term "struggle" hardly seems to apply to the roofers," resting / in the fleckless light" during the last moments of their lunch hour, we can get some idea of what Williams means if we approach his poem by way of Whitman, and look for the work of the eye rather than the hand.