spotless

adjective
spot·less | \ ˈspät-ləs \

Definition of spotless 

: having no spot:

a : free from impurity : immaculate spotless kitchens

b : pure, unblemished a spotless reputation

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Other words from spotless

spotlessly adverb
spotlessness noun

Examples of spotless in a Sentence

She keeps her room spotless.

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Cracks were evident early, even during a spotless first inning by starter Peyton Schneider. Nick Moyle, San Antonio Express-News, "Texas dominates Texas Southern to set up regional meeting with Texas A&M," 1 June 2018 Tuesday’s World Cup match between Japan and Colombia may have gotten a little dirty, but the stadium was left spotless. Casey Quackenbush, Time, "Everyone Is Cheering for These Japanese Soccer Fans Who Cleaned Up the World Cup Stadium," 20 June 2018 In his fourth start back from the disabled list, and only his fifth outing since May 1, Kershaw kept the scoreboard spotless even if his performance was not flawless. Andy Mccullough, latimes.com, "Kershaw continues to make progress on the mound in Dodgers' 8-2 win over the Padres," 10 July 2018 Yet corruption and clientelism remain rife, and the history of Mr Zaev’s Social Democrats is less than spotless. The Economist, "The obstacles on Macedonia’s road to the EU," 28 June 2018 Visitors thronged throughout the Del Mar Fairgrounds under spotless blue skies, which slowed foot traffic from the barns to the midway to the outlying rides to the ferris wheel. Gary Robbins, sandiegouniontribune.com, "Temperature could hit 117 degrees in San Diego County during weekend heat wave," 4 July 2018 Still, the sense of anticipation was great in Singapore, with people lining spotless streets holding cellphones high as Trump headed to meet Lee. chicagotribune.com, "Summit day in Singapore: Excitement high, expectations lower," 11 June 2018 Their surprisingly spotless kitchen and living room is decorated with homemade banners hung with putty, since the lease doesn’t allow holes in walls. Avalon R. Zoppo, Philly.com, "Senior Week in Wildwood: A money-making machine that residents love to hate," 20 June 2018 For spotless skin, Coqui Coqui’s all-natural mosquito repellent and Kiehl’s firming mask forge an infallible skin-soothing alliance. Jenna Rennert, Vogue, "What to Stock at Your Beach House, From SPF to a Luxurious Bug Repellant," 15 June 2018

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First Known Use of spotless

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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spotless

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of spotless

: perfectly clean

spotless

adjective
spot·less | \ ˈspät-ləs \

Kids Definition of spotless

1 : free from spot or blemish spotless skin

2 : perfectly clean or pure a spotless bathroom a spotless record

Other words from spotless

spotlessly adverb

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