immaculateness love


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  • n. The characteristic of being immaculate; spotlessness.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The character of being immaculate; spotless purity.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the state of being spotlessly clean


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  • It will be no spick and span and polished house, with an immaculateness that testifies to the tragedy of drudge.

    The House Beautiful

  • I catch just one gaze on your effulgent expression, that slight lean of the head, and I see Botticelli's Aphrodite, that same mask of immaculateness beaming like a morning.

    To A Christmas Angel, a triptych

  • Perhaps it's one of those cakes to celebrate the immaculateness of the bride, sacredly kept until the wedding night?

    Wreck Spotting

  • You could probably have figured this out by looking at them: in a space of Kubrickian immaculateness, Yuichi Kawasaki, Umeda Hidekazu and Toshimatsu Kawano are duded out in hacker grunge: T shirts and sneaks.

    Random Access Online: Recipe For Success? Follow The Geeks

  • But what struck me most about the place was its immaculateness and its sober good taste.

    The Woman in the Fifth

  • He was still jealous as a girl of his immaculateness.


  • Skin-like immaculateness had grown over Soames, as over many

    The Man of Property

  • Even his moustache seemed to be drooping; he had lost his fresh immaculateness; he was not nearly as alluring as before.

    Shallow Soil

  • Mrs. Brand's critical glance weighed his smallness, his immaculateness, his difference from her own great sons.

    The Gay Cockade

  • Externally they will be well dressed, while their petticoats, drawers and undershirts will be of the commonest quality and of questionable freshness and immaculateness.

    Woman Her Sex and Love Life


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