from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The state of being unspotted.


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  • Like many youths, even of character inferior to his own, he had the loftiest notions of feminine grace, and unspottedness in thought and feeling, not to say action and aim.

    David Elginbrod George MacDonald 1864

  • Among all the aggravations of sin, nothing doth so demonstrate the folly, yea, the madness of it, as the perfection, goodness, and absolute unspottedness of God.

    The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning Hugh Binning 1640

  • Doth thy Son dwell bodily in this flesh that thou shouldst look for an unspottedness here? or is the Holy Ghost the soul of this body, as he is of thy spouse, who is therefore _all fair, and no spot in her_? [

    Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions Together with Death's Duel John Donne 1601


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