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 Dictionary entry overview: What does immaculate mean? 

IMMACULATE (adjective)
  The adjective IMMACULATE has 3 senses:

1. completely neat and clean
2. free from stain or blemish
3. without fault or error

  Familiarity information: IMMACULATE used as an adjective is uncommon.

 Dictionary entry details 

IMMACULATE (adjective)

Sense 1immaculate [BACK TO TOP]


Completely neat and clean


immaculate; spotless; spick; spic; speckless; spic-and-span; spick-and-span

Context examples:

the apartment was immaculate / in her immaculate white uniform / a spick-and-span kitchen / their spic red-visored caps


clean (free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits)

Sense 2immaculate [BACK TO TOP]


Free from stain or blemish


undefiled; immaculate


pure ((used of persons or behaviors) having no faults; sinless)

Sense 3immaculate [BACK TO TOP]


Without fault or error


faultless; impeccable; immaculate

Context examples:

faultless logic / speaks impeccable French / timing and technique were immaculate / an immaculate record


perfect (being complete of its kind and without defect or blemish)

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