use immaculate in a sentence.
To this day; Googlers still find tiny bits of string tucked into the corners of their otherwise immaculate office space.
TAKE MY MONEY AND HELP ME SPEND IT EFFECTIVELY WHILE SAVING FOR FUTURE GOALS WITH YOUR IMMACULATE INTERFACE!
It aids clear thinking to habitually demand immaculate precision in your speech.
You know, just because you have an immaculate Bingo generating website, doesn't mean people's interest of making bingo cards will suddenly go up.
I think the parent means that religions are created with outlandish claims (resurrection, xenu, miracles, immaculate conception etc) in an effort to weed out critical thinkers (trouble makers).
In the interests of correctness, that's a (rather common) misunderstanding of the phrase "immaculate conception".
I'm sorry, are those spectacular bridges, incredible amount of roads and immaculately clean cities being sustained by the informal tax-evading economy?
Not for nothing, but she was supposedly gestating a child that was immaculately conceived, thus no sex was had...
It really satisfies me to disappear from the public for a week, hacking away at home, and emerge with a new facial hair :-P over the last year I had elvis side-burns, a Saudi goatee, full bear, thin immaculately maintained pimp beard, and today I have a handle-bar porno mustache :-D
You made a triple-language supported database application with immaculate crisp graphic design and well thought-out layout for $500 dollars???
Compare that to the first seasons of the Simpsons, which were immaculate and polished to a fault.
I'm a lilypond user and I can tell you we're totally spoiled by the quality of that project - it is just immaculate.
I'm not sure if you've used Amazon's return system before, but it's absolutely immaculate.