a.1.Without blemish; spotless.
A life in all so blemishless.
- Feltham.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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When these hands had met last, they were alike in the softness and freshness of youth; now, one was brown and wrinkled and horny with age, while the other was still as young and fair and blemishless as if those forty years had come and gone in a single moment, leaving no mark of their passage.
Yes, Tom's blemishless week had restored him to the favor of his aunt and uncle.
But the implication of such a view is that no legislator without a blemishless environmental record could ever contribute anything positive to the climate solution conversation.
It is a warped ideology that girls are only beautiful, worthy or loveable if they look perfect and blemishless.
The elegance and artistry of Jiang Kui's poetry--its flowing images of solitary clouds, its ebbs and flows, its blemishless delicacy--became a manifesto for the tribulations of literati shackled by dynastic change.
It showed no human considerations, though he had a blemishless record as a teacher at various church-run institutions before he was transferred to Newman College.
rosy and blemishless" and the other a chauffeur "with the face of a murderer of female children" (206) to conclude that "he is not so very different from other men in the novel ...
Pannam is scathing of Hannan's uncritical biography of Sir Samuel Way: 'To sum up, the book is satisfactory for one purpose and for that only--to help remind the citizens of Adelaide of the virtues of a man they all want to believe was great and blemishless. Such books are, however, completely useless.
Chennai were also superb in the field -- Muttiah Muralitharan pulled off a splendid catch over his head to intercept a Yuvraj pull, Suresh Raina was equally spectacular in plucking a diving catch to dismiss Wilkin Mota, while the ground fielding was blemishless.
Hence cases of public corruption are either hushed up--not necessarily to avert justice--so as to keep the government slate clean and blemishless in the eyes of the citizens and the world at large; whereas cases of civilian extravagances are highlighted and brought in front of courts for retribution.
Kawakami Princess in May became the first unbeaten Oaks winner in 49 years but her blemishless record was scuppered by the stewards six months later when she was disqualified having taken on - and beaten - the older fillies for the first time in the Queen Elizabeth II Commemorative Cup, though not without causing some serious interference in the process.
He had no interest in golf, but appreciated the narcotizing effect of all that blemishless green.