Definition of spotless in English:

spotless

Line breaks: spot|less
Pronunciation: /ˈspɒtləs
 
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adjective

1Absolutely clean or pure; immaculate: a spotless white apron
More example sentences
  • The rooms are spotless, the couples immaculately dressed.
  • All the while, they keep their designer clothes clean and spotless.
  • He lives with Shane, his nine-year-old daughter, who is so clean and spotless, you wonder who does the ironing.
Synonyms
perfectly clean, ultra-clean, pristine, immaculate, shining, shiny, gleaming, spick and span; freshly laundered, snowy, snowy-white, snow-white, whiter than white; unsoiled, unmarked, unstained
rare speckless
1.1Without faults or moral blemishes; pure: spotless behaviour is seemingly the norm in his organization
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  • The Lions' performance in the first test in Christchurch was ghastly at best, while the All Blacks were, given the conditions, spotless.
  • He does not believe that anyone who looks and acts as innocent as Tess could be anything but spotless.
  • Some of America's top company builders - spotless reputations on the line - are trying to apply the entrepreneurial Midas touch to the problems that beset this cobwebbed corner of the economy.
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Derivatives

spotlessly

adverb
More example sentences
  • Songs like the latest single ‘Such a Fool’ are performed spotlessly.
  • Its sliding was a dull blue color and the shutters on the sides of each spotlessly cleaned window were white.

spotlessness

noun
More example sentences
  • The bedroom next to his belongs to his friend Jonas, and it has a manic spotlessness.
  • The thing that strikes you about the whole set up, whether it is the racing team, the supercar site, or the electronics section, is the incredible spotlessness of everywhere.
  • But we're also obsessively clean, showering once or more every day and spraying, dusting, and scrubbing our homes to spotlessness.

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