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immaculate (adjective); more immaculate, most immaculate
1. A reference to something being impeccably clean; spotless: Shanna put on an immaculate apron before starting to work in her kitchen.
2. Descriptive of a person who is free of bad characteristics; pure: The saint had an immaculate reputation for her work among the poor and homeless people.
3. Relating to something which is free from faults or errors: The football team played an immaculate game, committing no misplays or fouls.
4. Referring to plants or animals which have no markings: The new bird Jim spotted in the forest had a smooth immaculate black body with no flecks, dapples, streaks, or stripes.
Conveying someone who is very clean and without any fault or bad behavior.
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