What is the opposite of immaculate?

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Opposite of perfectly clean, neat, or tidy
Adjective
Opposite of free from flaws or mistakes
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Opposite of in perfect condition, without damage
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Opposite of chaste or virginal in character or manner
Adjective
Opposite of clean and tidy in appearance or character
“He arrives at our untidy, chaotic office and literally turns his nose up in distaste at the mess.”
Adjective
Opposite of in an original condition, having not previously been used or worn
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Opposite of having or showing high moral standards
Adjective
Opposite of consisting of the same substance throughout
“Parts of the bridge were constructed with hollow aluminum and plated with soft lead.”
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Opposite of of, or like, God or a god
“Prowling the halls and courtyards of the castle are legions of unholy creatures.”
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Opposite of free from defect or error
“Instead, it is giving a flawed, dangerous process the stamp of approval.”
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Opposite of high quality
“It is a substandard acquisition that is draining our finances.”
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Opposite of not mixed or adulterated with any other substance or material
“The solution was mixed and contaminated, thus, rendering it useless for our experiments.”
Adjective
Opposite of kind in behavior or actions
“The dictator was known to be miserly and selfish in nature.”
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Opposite of free from vulgarity or indecency
“It was unfortunate that the performer had to resort to coarse language to elicit laughter from the audience.”
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Opposite of having exceptional qualities
“The chicken burger was bad and tasted horrible.”
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Opposite of a well-executed motion, task or performance
“The mechanics of his jump-shot was awkward and amateurish.”
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Opposite of being the most suitable
“The novel is designed for adolescent children but is unsuitable for kids in the younger age bracket.”
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Opposite of dedicated or devoted to God
“The more sinister enemies of the faith are not always the obviously irreligious practices of the world but often the potent forces of morality and religion.”
Adjective
Opposite of not broken or damaged
“Almost six years after the deadly quake, little of the money pledged to rebuild the broken city has been anted up.”
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