1. immaculate

adjective. ['ˌɪˈmækjuːlɪt'] completely neat and clean.


  • clean
  • spick
  • spic
  • speckless
  • spotless
  • spic-and-span


  • old
  • infect
  • untidy
  • dirtiness

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Rhymes with Immaculate

  • abitz
  • abramovitz
  • abramowitz
  • affiliates'
  • aronowitz
  • auschwitz
  • auschwitz
  • babbit's
  • balcerowicz
  • baublitz
  • belitz
  • bennetts
  • benowitz
  • berkovitz
  • berkowitz
  • bobbitt's
  • bobbitts
  • bonawitz
  • bonwit's
  • boschwitz

How do you pronounce immaculate?

Pronounce immaculate as ˌɪˈmækjulɪt.

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Sentences with immaculate

1. Noun, singular or mass
His fins should also look immaculate and untouched.

2. Adjective
Plus, the sound quality is immaculate at a reasonable price point.

Quotes about immaculate

1. Christ delves far beyond the means of superficiality, not simply because of his immaculate love, but also because he considers the distinct cases of each individual rather than withholding a broadened perception by use of stereotypes.
- Criss Jami, Salomé: In Every Inch In Every Mile

2. I believed in immaculate conception and spontaneous combustion. I believed in aliens from outer space and vampires, prophecy, and the resurrection of the dead. I had deja vu many times each day. I was thirteen.
- Kate Braverman, Small Craft Warnings: Stories

2. immaculate

adjective. ['ˌɪˈmækjuːlɪt'] free from stain or blemish.


  • pure


  • unclean
  • indecent

3. immaculate

adjective. ['ˌɪˈmækjuːlɪt'] without fault or error.


  • impeccable
  • perfect


  • septic
  • contaminate
  • unfair