immaculate


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im·mac·u·late

 (ĭ-măk′yə-lĭt)
adj.
1. Impeccably clean; spotless: "The room was as spare and immaculate as a monk's cell" (Caroline Preston).
2. Free from sin.
3. Free from fault or error: an immaculate record on the job.
4. Biology Having no spots or marks.

[Middle English immaculat, from Latin immaculātus : in-, not; see in-1 + maculātus, past participle of maculāre, to blemish (from macula, spot).]

im·mac′u·late·ly adv.
im·mac′u·late·ness n.

immaculate

(ɪˈmækjʊlɪt)
adj
1. completely clean; extremely tidy: his clothes were immaculate.
2. completely flawless, etc: an immaculate rendering of the symphony.
3. morally pure; free from sin or corruption
4. (Biology) biology of only one colour, with no spots or markings
[C15: from Latin immaculātus, from im- (not) + macula blemish]
imˈmaculacy, imˈmaculateness n
imˈmaculately adv

im•mac•u•late

(ɪˈmæk yə lɪt)

adj.
1. free from spot or stain: immaculate linen.
2. free from moral blemish or impurity; pure.
3. free from errors: an immaculate text.
[1400–50; late Middle English < Latin immaculātus. See im-2, maculate]
im•mac•u•late•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.immaculate - completely neat and clean; "the apartment was immaculate"; "in her immaculate white uniform"; "a spick-and-span kitchen"; "their spic red-visored caps"
clean - free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"
2.immaculate - free from stain or blemishimmaculate - free from stain or blemish    
pure - (used of persons or behaviors) having no faults; sinless; "I felt pure and sweet as a new baby"- Sylvia Plath; "pure as the driven snow"
3.immaculate - without fault or error; "faultless logic"; "speaks impeccable French"; "timing and technique were immaculate"; "an immaculate record"
perfect - being complete of its kind and without defect or blemish; "a perfect circle"; "a perfect reproduction"; "perfect happiness"; "perfect manners"; "a perfect specimen"; "a perfect day"

immaculate

immaculate

adjective
Free from dirt, stain, or impurities:
Translations
خالٍ من الأغلاططاهِر، نَقي
neposkvrněnýbezvadný
pletfriulastelig
makulátlanszeplőtelenszeplőtlentiszta
gallalaushreinn, flekklaus
labai švarusšvarutėlis
neaptraipītsnevainojamstīrs
nepoškvrnený
hatasızkusursuzlekesiztertemiz

immaculate

[ɪmækjʊlɪt] ADJ [house, clothes] → impecable, inmaculado; [hair, make-up, performance, taste] → impecable; [conduct, behaviour] → impecable, intachable
a hotel where the service is immaculateun hotel donde el servicio es impecable
to be in immaculate conditionestar en perfectas condiciones
to look immaculateestar impecable
the Immaculate Conception (Rel) → la Inmaculada Concepción

immaculate

[ɪˈmækjʊlət] adj
(= clean and tidy) → impeccable
Her front room was kept immaculate → Elle maintenait la pièce de devant dans un état impeccable.
(= perfect) [condition, performance] → impeccable
to be in immaculate condition → être dans un état impeccable
(= spotless) → immaculé(e) Immaculate ConceptionImmaculate Conception n
the Immaculate Conception → l'Immaculée Conception

immaculate

adj
untadelig, tadellos, picobello inv (inf); behaviourtadellos, mustergültig; manuscript etcfehlerfrei, einwandfrei
(Eccl) the Immaculate Conceptiondie Unbefleckte Empfängnis

immaculate

[ɪˈmækjʊlɪt] adj (spotless) → immacolato/a; (flawless) → impeccabile

immaculate

(iˈmӕkjulət) adjective
1. perfectly clean; spotless.
2. perfectly correct; faultless.
References in classic literature ?
I'm going to have the little carriage, and Baptiste can drive, so you'll have nothing to do but hold your umbrella, and keep your gloves nice," returned Amy, with a sarcastic glance at the immaculate kids, which were a weak point with Laurie.
That immaculate manliness we feel within ourselves, so far within us, that it remains intact though all the outer character seem gone; bleeds with keenest anguish at the undraped spectacle of a valor-ruined man.
The great hatch is scrubbed and placed upon the try-works, completely hiding the pots; every cask is out of sight; all tackles are coiled in unseen nooks; and when by the combined and simultaneous industry of almost the entire ship's company, the whole of this conscientious duty is at last concluded, then the crew themselves proceed to their own ablutions; shift themselves from top to toe; and finally issue to the immaculate deck, fresh and all aglow, as bridegrooms new-leaped from out the daintiest Holland.
It was like a wonderful poem to him, and he took it all in guilelessly--even to the conspicuous signs demanding immaculate cleanliness of the employees.
The stems of the trees are trim and straight, and in many places all the ground is hidden for miles under a thick cushion of moss of a vivid green color, with not a decayed or ragged spot in its surface, and not a fallen leaf or twig to mar its immaculate tidiness.
That, the lofty example of this immaculate and unimpeachable witness for the Crown, to refer to whom however unworthily was an honour, had communicated itself to the prisoner's servant, and had engendered in him a holy determination to examine his master's table-drawers and pockets, and secrete his papers.
The one great outrage of her life, demanding to be constantly avenged, was the passage of a donkey over that immaculate spot.
mind, that is a procession of penitents, and the lady they are carrying on that stand there is the blessed image of the immaculate Virgin.
I will restore you to liberty this moment; I will proclaim you a piece of immaculate virtue; I will name you the Lucretia of England.
Their honesty is immaculate, and their purity of purpose, and their observance of the rites of their religion, are most uniform and remarkable.
Seven-and-thirty virtu- ous years at sea, of which over twenty of immaculate command, and the last fifteen in the Sephora, seemed to have laid him under some pitiless obligation.
He returns immaculate in the evening with the gloss still on his hat and his boots.