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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SPOTLESSNESS

With a smile she recalled what he always did say for himself, if anyone seemed to challenge the spotlessness of his character.

But Frank would not believe in the spotlessness and sublime dignity of a Christian maiden.

And yet, for all its emptiness, the little room in its order and spotlessness had the look and spell of a sanctuary.

By some unwritten code of that strange lawgiver, the World, they were absolved of the necessity of spotlessness.

They had all the freshness and spotlessness of Quakers, with color and plumes added; a combination surely unique of its kind.

Indeed, partaking the human nature of those who could perpetrate such deeds, she felt her own spotlessness impugnent.

Those delicate meals, served in spotlessness, surely they had been rather of the nature of poems?

All hands seized brushes and scrubbed the decks industriously until they shone in spotlessness.

He reached the wide stone steps that were clean as marble, and shrank from the mark his boots must make upon their spotlessness.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1300, spotlez; see spot (n.) + -less. Figurative sense is from 1570s. Related: Spotlessly.

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