from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To clear from spots or stains, or from any imperfection.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To clear from spots or stains, or from any imperfection.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To free from spots or blemishes; remove errors from; correct.
After looking back at the past year of campaiging, Obama's campaign looks emaculate compared to Clinton's.
January 14th, 2010 10:48 am ET it all depends upon individual perception ; some movies might display good examples for young children to emaculate while others might be not suitable for some specific audience .
I doubt the arch calculator was himself fooled by a brief credulouness about emaculate re-conception but the barrenness of his feeble tactics are now clear for all to see.
Interestingly, I learned that he actually created his own version of the Bible, stripped of all the supernatural emaculate conceptions, virgin births, ressurections, invisible sky faeries and such.
No doubt the emaculate Neocon conception - the last policy deposit of Rumsfeld?
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If not one Realtor has anything for rent and all the 'posting boards' at the LCS, SuperLake, Post offices, etc. are void of any rentals between Joco and Chapala at any price, then the emaculate recovery has happened!
I paused and let my eyes run over my companion, from his emaculate linen collar to his well-polished shoes.
He was arrayed in a clean gingham suit, topped with an emaculate white shirt, flowing collar and straw hat.