pristine = 'faultless; perfectly executed'

Joel S. Berson Berson at ATT.NET
Mon Oct 3 00:30:56 UTC 2011

At 10/2/2011 04:25 PM, Jonathan Lighter wrote:
>A nationally-known attorney tells CNN that Amanda Knox "has to be *pristine*
>when she speaks to these people [on the jury]."
>He means absolutely perfect in performance. Not virginal or anything.

Or does he mean "clean", in the sense of unbiased, un-predisposing?


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