• (adj): Free from stain or blemish.
    Synonyms: undefiled
    See also — Additional definitions below

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More definitions of "immaculate":

  • (adj): Without fault or error.
    Example: "Timing and technique were immaculate"; "an immaculate record"
    Synonyms: faultless, impeccable

Famous quotes containing the word immaculate:

    A virgin from her tender infancy,
    Chaste and immaculate in very thought.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    The poem refreshes life so that we share,
    For a moment, the first idea . . . It satisfies
    Belief in an immaculate beginning
    And sends us, winged by an unconscious will,
    To an immaculate end. We move between these points:
    From that ever-early candor to its late plural....
    Wallace Stevens (1879–1955)

    I know that there are many persons to whom it seems derogatory to link a body of philosophic ideas to the social life and culture of their epoch. They seem to accept a dogma of immaculate conception of philosophical systems.
    John Dewey (1859–1952)