faultless vs immaculate what difference

what is difference between faultless and immaculate

English

Etymology

fault +‎ -less

Adjective

faultless (comparative more faultless, superlative most faultless)

  1. Without fault; free from defect or error.

Synonyms

  • See also Thesaurus:flawless

Antonyms

  • faulty
  • faultful
  • fallible

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English

Etymology

From Middle English immaculat, from Latin immaculātus; prefix im- (not) + maculātus, perfect passive participle of maculō (I spot, stain), from macula (spot). See mail (armor).

Displaced native unwemmed (pure, untainted).

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): /ɪˈmækjəlɪt/

Adjective

immaculate (comparative more immaculate, superlative most immaculate)

  1. Having no blemish or stain; clean, clear, pure, spotless, undefiled.
  2. (zoology) Lacking blotches, spots, or other markings; spotless, unspotted.
    Synonyms: perfect, unsullied

Derived terms

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Latin

Participle

immaculāte

  1. vocative masculine singular of immaculātus

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