That’s a Good Word: Immaculate

by Aubrianna Willard- Lee, age 13

I hope you find this paragraph to be grammatically immaculate. Immaculate is an adjective that means having no stains or blemishes. It comes from the Latin word, immaculatus. You can use the word by saying, “ Oh my, your clothes are immaculate!”
Or if your mom has the house nice and clean, you can surprise her and say, “The house looks immaculate” and hope she doesn’t look at your room.

[Source: Webster Dictionary ]

Wow, this is great. You are a very good writer! – Jannie Tyler , Verona (2013-10-24 12:55)