V2 Vocabulary Building Dictionary
Definition: 1. perfectly clean and spotless; 2. free from error; 3. without blame or fault
Synonyms: clean, spotless, stainless, undefiled, pristine, perfect, flawless, faultless, blameless, pure
Antonyms: dirty, stained, soiled, imperfect, flawed, impure
Tips: Sometimes the word immaculate is heard in the term "Immaculate Conception," which, in the Catholic faith, refers to the Virgin Mary. According to the Catholic faith, the Virgin Mary was born pure, blameless, and without sin. Think of immaculate as perfect, without fault.
John is a perfectionist, as attested to by his immaculate apartment. (perfectly clean)
Her house is always so immaculate, I feel uncomfortable bringing my kids over for a visit, for fear they may get dirt on something. (perfectly clean, spotless)
When she arrived at the party, her white dress was immaculate, but unfortunately, a spilled drink quickly changed that. (spotless, clean)
She is always immaculately groomed, without a single hair out of place. (perfectly, pristinely) adverb
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