Emaculate vs. Immaculate

Emaculate vs. Immaculate — Is There a Difference?
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Difference Between Emaculate and Immaculate

Emaculateverb

(obsolete) To clear from spots or stains, or from any imperfection.

Immaculateadjective

Having no stain or blemish; spotless, undefiled, clear, clean, pure.

Immaculateadjective

(zoology) Lacking spots, blotches, or other markings; spotless; unspotted.

Immaculateadjective

completely neat and clean;

the apartment was immaculatein her immaculate white uniforma spick-and-span kitchentheir spic red-visored caps

Immaculateadjective

free from stain or blemish

Immaculateadjective

without fault or error;

faultless logicspeaks impeccable Frenchtiming and technique were immaculatean immaculate record
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