immaculate

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Synonyms for immaculate

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free from dirt, stain, or impurities

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completely neat and clean

free from stain or blemish

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without fault or error

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The very rhythm of the stunted, grudging phrases seems to enact the desire to make as little as possible on the immaculacy of silence, to leave no unnecessary stone turned in its itinerary to non-being.
His whole reasoning is witty and characteristic, but his extensive refutation shows that the case for immaculacy had to be argued.
We are now being reassured that various people who had assumed that thoughts of history would not violate their immaculacy were greatly concerned with the matter.
The resistance to Freud in Italy is such that even an acknowledged "phallic" nose is subsumed by the innocence of childhood and by the immaculacy of the Virgin Madonna-Fairy-Godmother.
78) But the growing middle-class presence of these years was less a tribute to the new immaculacy of the halls than it was evidence of a dominant class learning how to enjoy being in conspiracy against itself.