spot·​less | \ ˈspät-ləs How to pronounce spotless (audio) \

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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Their partner, on the other hand, doesn't see the significance or urgency of doing the laundry when people in the household still have clean clothing, the trash is not entirely full, having the house spotless when guests arrive, etc. NBC News, "The chore war: How to stop fighting about housework — and get the cleaning done," 8 Aug. 2019 The grouse here are at least spared the ignominy of being shot out of the sky by an oligarch—or David Beckham—dressed in spotless tweed. Simon Usborne, Town & Country, "How Rumors of a Feud Between Kate Middleton and Rose Cholmondeley Captivated a Posh Corner of Britain," 5 Aug. 2019 For the Fancy Dad He wears freshly pressed suits and pocket squares of every imaginable color, and keeps a clean house and a spotless car to boot. Kari Sonde, Washington Post, "These 6 standout Father’s Day recipes celebrate every type of dad," 13 June 2019 The union said the nurses had spotless disciplinary records. Anne Saker,, "Nurses at University of Cincinnati Medical Center to set up picket to protest job actions," 2 Sep. 2019 Connecticut’s chief administrative officer keeps a spotless desk. Mark Pazniokas,, "Who is Josh Geballe? The former IBM executive is looking to transform Connecticut state government ahead of a wave of retirements," 5 Aug. 2019 Lilienthal said, adding that Keller had compiled a spotless professional record during 17 years of clinical practice. Brian Macquarrie,, "At VA hospital, swirling accusations of harassment, retaliation, and negligence," 28 July 2019 The Media city squad proved to be nearly spotless in the two-game tournament, yielding just two hits and not allowing a run against Tujunga. Charles Rich,, "Burbank 9-11 softball all-stars capture District 16 title," 25 June 2019 The space is spotless, the equipment is all brand new, the workforce is mostly young and evidently passionate, there's a mix of computer people and car guys, and a frantic bustle fills the air. Edward Niedermeyer, Ars Technica, "Arcimoto raised $19 million to build “fun utility vehicles”—now what?," 11 July 2018

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First Known Use of spotless

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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English Language Learners Definition of spotless

: perfectly clean


spot·​less | \ ˈspät-ləs How to pronounce spotless (audio) \

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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