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fault·less

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

fault′less·ly adv.
fault′less·ness n.
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Adv.1.faultlessly - without a fault; in a faultless manner; "he solved all the problems faultlessly"
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Translations
بِدون عَيب، بِدون خَطَأ
bezvadně
fejlfrit
hibátlanul
gallalaust
kusursuz bir şekilde

faultlessly

[ˈfɔːltlɪslɪ] ADV [dress] → impecablemente; [perform, recite] → perfectamente
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

faultlessly

[ˈfɔːltləsli] advimpeccablementfault line n
(in the earth's surface)ligne f de faille
(in system, process) (= weakness) → faille f
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

faultlessly

adv
(= without mistakes) speak, copy, translatefehlerfrei, fehlerlos
(= perfectly) dressed, executedtadellos; work, run, performeinwandfrei; fluent, loyalvollkommen
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

faultlessly

[ˈfɔːltlɪslɪ] adv (gen) → perfettamente; (dress) → in modo impeccabile
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

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.
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References in classic literature ?
Sabin quietly but faultlessly attired in the usual evening dinner garb, Mr.
I only set down these figures and these remarks to suggest the prodigious labor the carving of it so elegantly, so symmetrically, so faultlessly, must have cost.
The ambassador, at all events, had passed a bad night, and his faultlessly careful toilet only threw into relief the frigid rancor in his eyes and the mottled tones of his refined complexion.
A dark, sallowish District Superintendent of Police, faultlessly uniformed, an Englishman, trotted by on a tired horse, and, seeing from her retinue what manner of person she was, chaffed her.
Its panels were delightfully irregular, its angles faultlessly faulty, its one modern defilement a strong lock to the lid.
Rawdon Crawley's very narrow means)--to procure, we say, the prettiest new dresses and ornaments; to drive to fine dinner parties, where she was welcomed by great people; and from the fine dinner parties to fine assemblies, whither the same people came with whom she had been dining, whom she had met the night before, and would see on the morrow--the young men faultlessly appointed, handsomely cravatted, with the neatest glossy boots and white gloves--the elders portly, brass-buttoned, noble-looking, polite, and prosy--the young ladies blonde, timid, and in pink--the mothers grand, beautiful, sumptuous, solemn, and in diamonds.
But in the morning the sky was almost faultlessly blue through the open window, only one or two small clouds to be seen in the distance.
So far the sort of problems that dogged early Peugeot 206 CC models have failed to materialise in the Megane, which has a completely watertight roof that appears to operate faultlessly.
Hepburn was also known for being outspoken and unconventional at a time when actresses were supposed to be faultlessly glamorous and charming.
But despite the complexity and grandeur so faultlessly handled, it was the uncomplicated joy and elan that Ex Cathedra communicated, both through the choir and from Natalie Clifton-Griffith, Andrew Tortise and Eamonn Dougan foremost among a fine team of soloists, that made this evening so very special.
Held in a beautiful building, the service included a large children's choir, all with Welsh names, performing faultlessly, an organist who gave an inspired rendering of Finlandia and a packed congregation who raised the roof with harmony-singing of traditional hymns.
And Luke Goss and the rest of the cast, particularly Rebekah Gibbs as Rizzo, performed each scene and song faultlessly and with a real touch of humour.