The laundry on this clothesline is immaculate.
- An example of immaculate is a test where a person got every answer correct.
- An example of immaculate is a house that has been cleaned so it is spic and span with no dirt anywhere.
- An example oif immaculate is the conception that resulted in the birth of Jesus Christ.
The definition of immaculate is someone or something that is free from mistakes, absolutely clean and without sin.
- perfectly clean; without a spot or stain; unsoiled
- perfectly correct; without a flaw, fault, or error
- pure; innocent; without sin
- Biol. of a solid color, without marks or spots
Origin of immaculateMiddle English ; from Classical Latin immaculatus ; from in-, not + maculatus, past participle of maculare, to spot, soil ; from macula, a spot, probably ; from Indo-European base an unverified form sm?-, to smear from source smite
- Impeccably clean; spotless: “The room was as spare and immaculate as a monk's cell” (Caroline Preston).
- Free from sin.
- Free from fault or error: an immaculate record on the job.
- Biology Having no spots or marks.
Origin of immaculateMiddle English immaculat, from Latin immacul&amacron;tus : in-, not; see in–1 + macul&amacron;tus, past participle of macul&amacron;re, to blemish (from macula, spot).
(comparative more immaculate, superlative most immaculate)