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- adv. In a spotless manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a spotless manner; without spot, stain, or blemish.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a spotless manner
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Well-located, comfortable, spotlessly clean -- and I mean NAZI clean.
It's stylish, cheap, in a great location and spotlessly clean, raves one.
"Shower room is spotlessly clean," says D, which is more than can be said for the carpet.
And to quote some of the cleanup crew, “The place was almost spotlessly clean when they were gone.”
This last weekend after not working on birds for 4 weeks she performed spotlessly in preparation for the Blue and Sharptail Grouse opener this week.
The kitchen gleams as spotlessly as they left it yesterday, empty except for a vaguely menacing pile of carrots that sits on the long center counter, or mesa central.
They were mongrels, kept spotlessly and germicidally clean, who were unattached and untrained.
Shifta Mishra (ph) is 15, spotlessly dressed and sporting the beginnings of a small mustache.
The editor, who is 52, spotlessly shirtsleeved, brisk in his diction, with hair like a cerebral Tory minister, was heard to growl.
I'm stunned, like a kid with Santa Clause, because I don't know why, but of course I would, so it's up to her second floor apartment, spotlessly clean, a bed with a white, Martha Washington spread.