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1  —as in:
an immaculate home
Definition completely neat and clean
  • They were all in immaculate white uniforms.
immaculate = completely neat and clean
Other Uses (with this meaning)
  • The apartment is immaculate.
  • immaculate = completely neat and clean
  • He returns immaculate in the evening with the gloss still on his hat and his boots.
    Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan  --  The Hound of the Baskervilles
  • He was immaculate in white jacket and apron and his hair was plastered over his brow with infinite correctness.
    Crane, Stephen  --  Maggie: A Girl of the Streets
  • her room is immaculate.
    R.J. Palacio  --  Wonder
  • immaculate = completely neat and clean
  • When I walk into his camp in the desert and introduce myself, he is wearing old jeans and an immaculate white T-shirt, a decorative tooled-leather belt of his own creation, white socks, scuffed black loafers.
    Jon Krakauer  --  Into the Wild
  • immaculate = completely neat and clean
  • The immaculate houses looked more like miniature mansions than ordinary homes,
    Dave Pelzer  --  The Lost Boy
immaculate = completely neat and clean

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2  —as in:
immaculate timing
Definition perfect (without fault or error)
  • Check her record. You will see that it is immaculate.
immaculate = perfect
Other Uses (with this meaning)
  • Her timing and technique were immaculate.
  • immaculate = perfect
  • Nay, these are virtuous and immaculate beings!
    Mary Shelley  --  Frankenstein
  • immaculate = perfect (without fault or error)
  • He's immaculately dressed, very Parisian.
    Stephanie Perkins  --  Anna and the French Kiss
  • immaculately = perfectly
  • The campus was intimidating, with its immaculate lawns and crisp colonial architecture.
    Tara Westover  --  Educated
  • immaculate = perfect (without fault or error)
  • He had immaculate teeth.
    Markus Zusak  --  The Book Thief
  • immaculate = perfect
  • She extended one immaculate hand.
    Madeline Miller  --  Circe
  • immaculate = perfect (without fault or error)
  • "Before me in immaculate khaki uniform and cap stood an American girl with a magazine-cover smile, faultless makeup and peroxide blonde hair," wrote Tom Wade.
    Laura Hillenbrand  --  Unbroken
  • immaculate = perfect (without fault or error)
  • There were also jewelers hidden away, making pieces for the family and gifts for visitors, and teams of seamstresses and buyers keeping the royal family—and now us—immaculately clothed.
    Kiera Cass  --  The Selection
  • immaculately = perfectly
  • HALE: Excellency, I have signed seventy-two death warrants; I am a minister of the Lord, and I dare not take a life without there be a proof so immaculate no slightest qualm of conscience may doubt it.
    Arthur Miller  --  The Crucible
immaculate = perfect (without fault or error)

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