from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun The quality or condition of being immaculate.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The state of being immaculate.
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When there were enough Americans on the platform the first impression of their immaculacy and their money began to fade into a vague racial dusk that hindered and blinded both them and their observers.
You would be inclined to contend that you have inherited your mother's glandular immaculacy, except that there are times when your breasts and belly are so wet you have to wonder if that much wetness could be entirely the output of the pores of Belford Dunn.
I guess it's the filth within these croupier types that makes them surround themselves with the aseptic immaculacy of iridium and glass.
For his sermons here against purgatory, the immaculacy of the
Also might that conclusion have been deduced from the immaculacy of his cream-white
Schuyler did not answer; for just then there entered the room a tall, clean-cut young fellow of thirty, dressed with quiet immaculacy.
This attitude of shame in connection with the love life came into existence as a socially conditioned emotional reaction set up under the influence of the traditional ideal of the "model woman" who was pictured as a being of unearthly purity and immaculacy.
Thus not only Christ, but also his mother became purged of the sin of conception by natural biological processes, and the same immaculacy and freedom from contamination was accorded to both.
Was it a lot of nonsense that he had thought about the immaculacy of the flesh?
Figure to yourself, Nelchen! they were going to make my poor friend marry the Elector of Badenburg's daughter, -- and Victoria von Uhm has perfection stamped upon her face in all its odious immaculacy, -- and force him to devote the rest of his existence to heading processions and reviewing troops, and signing proclamations, and guzzling beer and sauerkraut.