Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Spotless; stainless.
  • Blameless; innocent.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective rare Without spot or blame.

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  • adjective Without spot or blame.

Etymologies

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fleck +‎ -less

Examples

  • I'll put my Jalapeno Crabcakes up against yours any day .... even without my dear, departed, shell-less, fleckless NW USA Dungeness.

    From My Cold, Dead Hands

  • I'll put my Jalapeno Crabcakes up against yours any day .... even without my dear, departed, shell-less, fleckless NW USA Dungeness.

    From My Cold, Dead Hands

  • I'll put my Jalapeno Crabcakes up against yours any day .... even without my dear, departed, shell-less, fleckless NW USA Dungeness.

    From My Cold, Dead Hands

  • I'll put my Jalapeno Crabcakes up against yours any day .... even without my dear, departed, shell-less, fleckless NW USA Dungeness.

    From My Cold, Dead Hands

  • I'll put my Jalapeno Crabcakes up against yours any day .... even without my dear, departed, shell-less, fleckless NW USA Dungeness.

    From My Cold, Dead Hands

  • I'll put my Jalapeno Crabcakes up against yours any day .... even without my dear, departed, shell-less, fleckless NW USA Dungeness.

    From My Cold, Dead Hands

  • I'll put my Jalapeno Crabcakes up against yours any day .... even without my dear, departed, shell-less, fleckless NW USA Dungeness.

    From My Cold, Dead Hands

  • I'll put my Jalapeno Crabcakes up against yours any day .... even without my dear, departed, shell-less, fleckless NW USA Dungeness.

    From My Cold, Dead Hands

  • The portrait becomes thrillingly vital if we realize that the stains upon it are the impact of accidental conditions on a nature which might otherwise have been useful and fleckless.

    Henrik Ibsen

  • The portrait becomes thrillingly vital if we realize that the stains upon it are the impact of accidental conditions on a nature which might otherwise have been useful and fleckless.

    Henrik Ibsen

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