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immaculate
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The House of Mirth
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  • The house, in its state of unnatural immaculateness and order, was as dreary as a tomb, and as Lily, turning from her brief repast between shrouded sideboards, wandered into the newly-uncovered glare of the drawing-room she felt as though she were buried alive in the stifling limits of Mrs. Peniston’s existence.

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as in: an immaculate home Define
completely neat and clean
as in: immaculate timing Define
without fault or error
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