Immaculate is a pretty challenging word, but we're here to help you better understand it...with EXAMPLES!
When learning new words, it's important to see how they're used, or to see them in the different contexts in which they're often used, and that's just what we'll do to help you better understand immaculate (and many other English words!). By seeing different ways you can use immaculate in a sentence, as well as synonyms and antonyms of immaculate, you will have a much better grasp on how it should be used, and you'll feel more confortable with using it much sooner.
Below you will find the definition of immaculate, followed by 39 sample sentences (from real sources), gradually increasing in length.
(adjective) - free from stain or blemish
EXAMPLES - Immaculate in a Sentence
- I don't know if you're familiar with the word "immaculate"? (source)
- Re: Honestly the whole idea of 'immaculate' conception is frustrating (source)
- Flower design is about color and texture, married in immaculate measure. (source)
- Mostly the old solid axle ones, many of which were in immaculate condition. (source)
- One immaculate conception in the course of history, but no "immaculate" wars? (source)
- Chatman said her mom and dad always kept their vehicles in "immaculate" shape. (source)
- The vehicle was "immaculate," there wasn't even an ash in the ashtray, police said. (source)
- "immaculate," at least in limiting collateral damage, one point should not be forgotten. (source)
- Men in immaculate galoshes pull themselves in after the women, their cuff links sparkling. (source)
- Do you read this title and scoff at it because you are surrounded by an immaculate workspace? (source)
- But to position our portfolios for that kind of immaculate handoff lies beyond our risk tolerance. (source)
- As for the facilities, Holly says they were "immaculate" and would rival any hospital in the United States. (source)
- Honestly the whole idea of 'immaculate' conception is frustrating, since it takes all the fun out of conceiving. (source)
- The great JM Coetzee's fictionalised autobiography Summertime (Harvill Secker) has justly been called 'immaculate'. (source)
- Re: Honestly the whole idea of 'immaculate' conception is frustrating, since it takes all the fun out of conceiving. (source)
- A volatile cocktail of stimulants and memory enhancers would render every feature of the Senator in immaculate detail. (source)
- Simon couldn't quite feel the pain, but was stunned by the one-of-a-kind, memorable arrangement and "immaculate" vocals. (source)
- Little girls dressed as angels in immaculate white dresses led the procession, while little boys dressed as Roman soldiers followed. (source)
- No one likes to roll down a dusty stony bank, much less an officer in immaculate uniform on the eve of paying a formal call upon ladies. (source)
- A large format, 1950s Masudaya tinplate racing car in immaculate condition-quickly snapped up one Saturday morning at Cuauhtemoc Antiques market. (source)
- The LA Times called it "immaculate", while Variety said it was "an ambitious and powerful study of the disintegration of an Australian crime family". (source)
- Yes, we are beginning to see the promises of the "immaculate" campaign come to fruition before our very eyes, but this is only the tip of the iceberg. (source)
- Clad in immaculate khaki shorts and blouse, with equally immaculate pith helmet, Sarah was the taller, the older, still trim, almost thin, late fifties. (source)
- EPILOGUE: After 11 days of competition involving 41 dogs from all over the United States, the "immaculate" bird work of Funseeker's Rebel carried the day. (source)
- And to reason it stood that the individual in immaculate white must possess many changes and command the labor of laundresses to keep his changes immaculate. (source)
- And to reason it stood that the individual in immaculate white must possess many changes and command the labour of laundresses to keep his changes immaculate. (source)
- "Everybody referred to Brazil as a sleeping giant, and I think what people are realising now is that we are awake," she explained in immaculate American English. (source)
- That surrender of self-interest to a pure transcendent principle brings a whole new meaning to the term "immaculate conception" -- one that's not gender-specific. (source)
- The building's management firm says 1520 Sedgwick is "immaculate," while tenants complain about broken locks, holes in the walls, and drug dealers setting up shop. (source)
- Of course, I can't usually sustain immaculate because we do have many children, but when our homes have been up for sale I tried much harder to make sure they were pristine. (source)
- The morality of the time can be judged from the fact that the "immaculate" Marcus Cato separated from his wife that a friend might marry her; and when the friend died, married her himself again. (source)
- The turf is immaculate, which is much more than can be said for Boris, the caretaker's cat, a ginger-walnut tom with missing ear and the look of battles past, many of which he appears to have lost. (source)
- The rooms are small but cheerily decked out in bold colours, with exotic touches in the silk cushions and wrought-iron bedsteads, but be warned none is en suite: the six rooms share three immaculate bathrooms. (source)
- He was dressed in a neat suit of dark blue serge, a neat white straw hat, neat low-cut tan shoes, linen of the well-known "immaculate" trade mark, a neat, narrow four-in-hand tie, and carried a slender, neat bamboo cane. (source)
- Review_, where, in writing of Wieland as an educator, she says that the tone of his books was not "immaculate," and that it was "strangely at variance, with that sound and lofty morality which ought to form the basis of every education." (source)
- She was the mother of the village hero, Tommy, and used to tell us of her long anxiety during the spring of '62; how she waited day after day for the hospital to surrender up her son, each morning airing the white homespun sheets and holding the little bedroom in immaculate readiness. (source)
- Today he is dressed dapperly, with precisely the kind of immaculate air that you rather imagine Poirot might appreciate, but he smells not of lavender water but of a rich, woody cologne, and when he speaks it is deeply, with the kind of voice that seems to begin at the knees and rise up. (source)
- Greek organizers to kindle backup torch as rain, protests threaten flame-lighting Greek organizers kindle backup torch as rain, protests threaten flame-lighting Greeks light flame for Beijing Olympics amid tensions over Tibet Greece promises 'immaculate' flame-lighting ceremony for torch going to Beijing Olympics Olympic flame-lighting ceremony disrupted by protests against China over Tibet Steve Yzerman, other Canadian Olympic executives, refining 2010 player list (source)
- The Baglioni who ruled there had brought certain tendencies of that age to a typical completeness of expression, veiling crime -- crime, it might seem, for its own sake, a whole octave of fantastic crime -- not merely under brilliant fashions and comely persons, but under fashions and persons, an outward presentment of life and of themselves, which had a kind of immaculate grace and discretion about them, as if Raphael himself had already brought his unerring gift of selection to bear upon it all for motives of art. (source)
The average Flesch reading-ease score of the 39 example sentences provided below is 41.0, which suggests that "immaculate" is a difficult word that tends to be used by individuals of higher education, and is likely found in more advanced literature or in academia.
We have 20 synonyms for immaculate.
bright, clean, errorless, exquisite, faultless, flawless, impeccable, irreproachable, neat, pure, snowy, spick-and-span, spotless, spruce, stainless, taintless, trim, unexceptionable, unsoiled, unsullied
We have 16 antonyms for immaculate.
corrupt, defective, defiled, dirty, dull, filthy, flawed, foul, horrible, immoral, imperfect, impure, sinful, tainted, unclean, unsterile
PRONUNCIATION & SYLLABIFICATION
View up to 25 definitions of immaculate from 5 different sources, as well as parts of speech.
from The American Heritage© Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- (adjective) Impeccably clean; spotless. See Synonyms at clean.
- (adjective) Free from stain or blemish; pure.
- (adjective) Free from fault or error: an immaculate record.
- (adjective) Having no markings.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- (adjective) Having no stain or blemish; spotless, undefiled, clear, pure.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- (adjective) Without stain or blemish; spotless; undefiled; clear; pure.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- (None) Unspotted; spotless; stainless; pure; undefiled; without blemish or impurity: as, an immaculate reputation; immaculate thoughts; an immaculate edition.
- (None) In zoology and botany, without spots or colored marks; unicolored.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- (adjective) free from stain or blemish
- (adjective) without fault or error
- (adjective) completely neat and clean