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immaculate

  
1       adj   If you describe something as immaculate, you mean that it is extremely clean, tidy, or neat.   (=pristine)  
Her front room was kept immaculate.     
  immaculately      adv  
As always he was immaculately dressed.     
2       adj   If you say that something is immaculate, you are emphasizing that it is perfect, without any mistakes or bad parts at all.,   (emphasis)    (=flawless)  
The goalkeeper's performance was immaculate.     
  immaculately      adv   ADV with v  
The orchestra plays immaculately...     
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immaculate

  
1    clean, impeccable, neat, neat as a new pin, spick-and-span, spruce, squeaky-clean, trim, unexceptionable  
2    above reproach, faultless, flawless, guiltless, impeccable, incorrupt, innocent, perfect, pure, sinless, spotless, squeaky-clean, stainless, unblemished, uncontaminated, undefiled, unpolluted, unsullied, untarnished, virtuous  
  
Antonyms     
   contaminated, corrupt, dirty, filthy, impeachable, impure, polluted, stained, tainted, unclean  

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