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fault·less

 (fôlt′lĭs)
adj.
Being without fault. See Synonyms at perfect.

fault′less·ly adv.
fault′less·ness n.

faultless

(ˈfɔːltlɪs)
adj
without fault; perfect or blameless
ˈfaultlessly adv
ˈfaultlessness n

fault•less

(ˈfɔlt lɪs)

adj.
without fault, flaw, or defect; perfect; impeccable.
[1300–50]
fault′less•ly, adv.
fault′less•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.faultless - without fault or error; "faultless logic"; "speaks impeccable French"; "timing and technique were immaculate"; "an immaculate record"
perfect - being complete of its kind and without defect or blemish; "a perfect circle"; "a perfect reproduction"; "perfect happiness"; "perfect manners"; "a perfect specimen"; "a perfect day"

faultless

faultless

adjective
1. Free from guilt or blame:
Slang: clean.
Idiom: in the clear.
2. Supremely excellent in quality or nature:
Translations
لا عَيْبَ فيه
bezvadný
fejlfri
gallalaus
brezhiben
kusursuz

faultless

[ˈfɔːltlɪs] ADJ [person, behaviour] → intachable, impecable; [appearance, clothing, logic] → impecable; [work, performance] → perfecto
Hans's English was faultlessHans hablaba un inglés perfecto

faultless

[ˈfɔːltləs] adj [performance, display] → parfait(e); [English, French] → impeccable; [behaviour] → irréprochable

faultless

adj
(= without mistakes)fehlerlos; Englishfehlerfrei, fehlerlos
(= immaculate) appearancetadellos, einwandfrei

faultless

[ˈfɔːltlɪs] adj (person, behaviour) → irreprensibile; (work, English) → impeccabile, perfetto/a

fault

(foːlt) noun
1. a mistake; something for which one is to blame. The accident was your fault.
2. an imperfection; something wrong. There is a fault in this machine; a fault in his character.
3. a crack in the rock surface of the earth. faults in the earth's crust.
verb
to find fault with. I couldn't fault him / his piano-playing.
ˈfaultless adjective
without fault; perfect. a faultless performance.
ˈfaultlessly adverb
ˈfaulty adjective
(usually of something mechanical) not made or working correctly.
at fault
wrong or to blame. She was at fault.
find fault with
to criticize or complain of. She is always finding fault with the way he eats.
to a fault
to too great an extent. She was generous to a fault.

faultless

a. perfecto-a; intachable.
References in classic literature ?
If he would only respect the sacred Hump, he would be faultless.
But here they take two hundred thousand tall forest trees and set them in a double row; allow no sign of leaf or branch to grow on the trunk lower down than six feet above the ground; from that point the boughs begin to project, and very gradually they extend outward further and further till they meet overhead, and a faultless tunnel of foliage is formed.
By selecting for his illustrations one feature from one lady and another from another, Messer Firenzuola builds up an ideal of the Beautiful Woman, which, were she to be possible, would probably be as faultily faultless as the Perfect Woman, were she possible.
There was novelty in the scheme, and as, with such a mother and such uncompanionable sisters, home could not be faultless, a little change was not unwelcome for its own sake.
Pontellier liked to sit and gaze at her fair companion as she might look upon a faultless Madonna.
Nay, faultless as my conduct had certainly been during the whole course of my late misfortunes and adventures, she pretended to find fault with my behaviour in many of the situations in which I had been placed.
Browning's most perfect piece of work, for pregnancy of intellect, combined with faultless expression in a perfectly novel yet symmetrical outline: and he is very likely right.
Real progress was made and the boy's calculations were faultless.
Here once again history and story are mingled, and Robert the Bruce swings his battle-ax and wings his faultless arrow, saving his people from the English yoke.
Dashwood's estimation he was as faultless as in Marianne's; and Elinor saw nothing to censure in him but a propensity, in which he strongly resembled and peculiarly delighted her sister, of saying too much what he thought on every occasion, without attention to persons or circumstances.
Persons of this character will proceed to an examination of the plan submitted by the convention, not only without a disposition to find or to magnify faults; but will see the propriety of reflecting, that a faultless plan was not to be expected.
As far as I have had opportunity of judging, it appears to me that the usual style of letter-writing among women is faultless, except in three particulars.