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- n. The property of being spotless.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state or quality of being spotless; freedom from spot, stain, or blemish.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the state of being spotlessly clean
These soiled robes have been cleansed to spotlessness.
Quality of Pearl Gemstone: Select the genuine and globular shaped Pearl with fine qualities such as the soft luster with shining whitish color, spotlessness, totally free from the possible impurities or blemishes like dents, ridges and scratches.
The death accountants and blood apologists on both sides, too, are now fully engaged, every day on TV getting out their scorecards, history books and slide rules and proving with dates, numbers and names the greater suffering of their particular side, and its consequent moral spotlessness.
I have done mucho housework - including attacking my shambled (previously spotless) kitchen back to a state of almost spotlessness.
He touched the photograph with a scarred and weathered handa strange contrast to the neat spotlessness of his tweed cuffs.
Calista, I swear to thee, by the spotlessness of thy own soul, by the brilliancy of thy immitigable eyes, by everything pure and chaste in heaven and in thy own heart, that I will never cease from following thee!
At home, in his studio, he carried cleanliness and spotlessness to the last extreme, set up two superb footmen, took fashionable pupils, dressed several times a day, curled his hair, practised various manners of receiving his callers, and busied himself in adorning his person in every conceivable way, in order to produce a pleasing impression on the ladies.
Everything shines with spotlessness at your house, so one is comfortable everywhere.
And as she turns she finally reads their bloodstains and cross-references them with the spotlessness of the woman upstairs.
Indeed, the very phrase "spottles ffame" suggests the balance Moulsworth so frequently achieves: her father's internal worth (or spotlessness) led to his external, public recognition.
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