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- adv. In an immaculate manner; in a manner free of stain or blemish; without being defiled.
- adv. In a manner free of error; in a perfect or flawless manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an immaculate manner; with spotless purity.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an immaculate manner
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The underwater oracle - who is exploited by lives in an aquarium in Oberhausen - has thus far accurately predicted each German result, and as you can see above, he called the immaculately organized Europeans 'victory prior to today's quarterfinal.
We proceeded to describe the East River Hotel and similar resorts that a few days previously had been described as immaculately clean by the captain of the precinct.
The Special Penal Court in charge of the trial had acted "immaculately," he added.
"immaculately" without anyone being hired, without creating a job.
Graham arrived in Seattle in 1888 and soon opened an immaculately appointed brothel in the Pioneer Square area.
What is the deal with the empty immaculately polished desk?
The blog is an online diary captured in image form featuring a lot of breathtaking sceneries and immaculately taken photos of different people and items.
The sounds, earthy and spacey in equal measure, are immaculately crafted, and the emotions they invoke stand up to being shouted down.
"It's his beef," Mr. Burke says, adjusting his immaculately knotted silk tie.
As Captain Taylor thumbed the off button on his phone, a Mohanese soldier, an immaculately groomed adjutant whose coat dripped with gold braid, opened the massive teak door and said, “Captain, the general can spare five minutes for you.”