Adjective "immaculate" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ɪˈmakjʊlət/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Perfectly clean, neat, or tidy.
  1. 'After a while the door opened and a man entered, looking immaculate in a Russian uniform.'
  2. 'The girls were dressed in their immaculate white communion dresses and the boys wore appropriate suits.'
  3. 'The door at number 10 Downing Street always looks to be in immaculate condition.'
  4. 'His immaculate lawn received his devoted attention even when he was working.'
  5. 'But I was surprised by the immaculate white bedding.'
  6. 'They've done a beautiful job renovating it - it's absolutely immaculate, unlike the rest of the university.'
  7. 'The woman proceeds to clean the already immaculate room.'
  8. 'Madame Antoine's place is immaculate, clean, and white.'
  9. 'He was dressed in an immaculate white suit, and had an absolutely fantastic bushy mustache that twitched like a live squirrel every time he spoke.'
  10. 'It was, indeed, a tunic and breeches, in the emerald and gold of the Warriors, in immaculate condition, clean and pressed.'
  11. 'an immaculate safety record'
  12. 'Despite an immaculate service record it would seem this knight of the realm is to be treated as an enemy of the state in retirement.'
  13. 'The traditions of the citizens were abolished, the immaculate webs of tradition obscured by the dust of centuries, the dust of forgetfulness.'
  14. 'She turns out to have immaculate manners, a perfectly adequate sense of humour and an entirely rational fear of what we Brits will make of her.'
  15. 'Her leadership resulted in the unit's unprecedented zero Class C mishaps and an immaculate safety track record.'
  16. 'His timing is immaculate, defence solid and his shot execution is a connoisseur's delight.'
  17. 'They challenge and resist the false notion of immaculate textual purity and authenticity.'
  18. 'She kept immaculate records of everything, Amanda thought.'
  19. 'Her images of frothy, blossoming, extruding, immaculate clouds appear to be records of marvels, but are, in fact, marvels themselves.'
  20. 'That's why we're convinced that the pregnancy was an immaculate conception.'
Uniformly coloured without spots or other marks.
  1. 'Their immaculate feathers impervious to sleet and rain, a pair of white-capped albatross engage in affectionate courtship rituals.'
  2. 'My first session in December fishing to the spots produced a lovely long immaculate 18 lb plus common.'

Definitions

1. free from spot or stain; spotlessly clean: immaculate linen.

2. free from moral blemish or impurity; pure; undefiled.

3. free from fault or flaw; free from errors: an immaculate text.

4. Biology. having no spots or colored marks; unicolor.

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be immaculate in mohairs."

"holders can be immaculate in things."

"holders can be immaculate in places."

"holders can be immaculate in games."

"everythings can be immaculate with wisps."

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Origin

Late Middle English (in the sense ‘free from moral stain’): from Latin immaculatus, from in- ‘not’ + maculatus ‘stained’ (from macula ‘spot’).