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immaculate

adjective     /ɪˈmæk.jʊ.lət/ approving
perfectly clean or tidy : dressed in an immaculate white suit an immaculate garden Clean and tidy perfect and without any mistakes : He gave an immaculate performance as the ageing hero .Perfect and faultlessUnspoilt immaculately     /-li/ adverb immaculately dressed Perfect and faultlessUnspoilt
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