Impeccably clean; spotless. See Synonyms at clean.(adjective)
Free from stain or blemish; pure.(adjective)
Free from fault or error: an immaculate record. (adjective)
Having no markings.(adjective)
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Use "immaculate" in a sentence
"That surrender of self-interest to a pure transcendent principle brings a whole new meaning to the term "immaculate conception" -- one that's not gender-specific."
"This comes on the back of a celebrated 2008 vintage and the now much-in-demand 2005—a year when the wines were described as immaculate."
"Even though they're in immaculate shape, I would say that 18 would be the worst green that we have on Tour, except that it's not even the worst on this golf course; 12 is. —"