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- adj. Unblemished; without blemishes.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Without blemish; spotless.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without blemish; spotless; perfect; without defect.
However, faced with the blemishless Judge Cooney, the Wraith Riders were left to whinny there was nothing with which to hang him, not even an unpaid parking ticket.
Theres a small birthmark on her right shoulder, but apart from that, she is blemishless.
Necessarily we started equipped with their perfect and blemishless morals; now we are wholly destitute; we have no real morals, but only artificial ones — morals created and preserved by the forced suppression of natural & healthy instincts.
Happy, happy world, that knows at last that these obscure innocents are no longer responsible for the blemishless teachings, the power, the pathos, the logic, and the other and manifold intellectual pyrotechnics that seduce, but to damn, the Opera House assemblages every Sunday night in Elmira!
Her skin was blemishless and burnished a deep California tan.
"I attest your tits are blemishless, certainly the biggest and best I've ever touched," he had volunteered importantly, still mounted, the night before last.
He lay still, not wishing to move to awaken her, not wanting to break the spell, her breath soft against his chest, her sleep face blemishless.
Yes, Tom's blemishless week had restored him to the favor of his aunt and uncle.
Joan was blemishless; but not thereby did she save France; -- she could do that because, as
In the first battle Nuada, king of the Danaans, lost his hand; and, because a king must be blemishless, lost his kinghood too.
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