immaculacy


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im·mac·u·la·cy

 (ĭ-măk′yə-lə-sē)
n.
The quality or condition of being immaculate.

immaculacy

freedom fromstainor blemish. — immaculate, adj.
See also: Cleanliness
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The quality of the merchandises has been peerless for looks, finesse and high class performance, which also assure longevity, durability and immaculacy in appearance and look for longer span.
Similarly, Stratford Caldecott offers a compelling account of Tolkien's own attempt to describe Galadriel as "unstained;' claiming that while perhaps not wholly immaculate, Galadriel as a marian image certainly echoes immaculacy (53; Letters 353).
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