flawless


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flaw·less

 (flô′lĭs)
adj.
Being entirely without flaw or imperfection. See Synonyms at perfect.

flaw′less·ly adv.
flaw′less·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.flawless - without a flawflawless - without a flaw; "a flawless gemstone"
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"

flawless

adjective
1. perfect, impeccable, faultless, spotless, unblemished, unsullied She has a flawless complexion.
2. intact, whole, sound, unbroken, undamaged Stained glass craftsmen would always use flawless glass.

flawless

adjective
1. Free from flaws or blemishes:
3. Supremely excellent in quality or nature:
Translations
لا عَيْبَ فيه
bezchybnýbezvadnýdokonalý
perfekt
täydellinenvirheetön
hibátlanmakulátlantökéletes
gallalaus
kusursuzmükemmel

flawless

[ˈflɔːlɪs] ADJ [diamond, skin] → perfecto, sin defectos; [beauty] → inmaculado; [plan] → perfecto; [conduct] → intachable, impecable
she spoke in flawless Englishhabló en un inglés perfecto

flawless

[ˈflɔːləs] adj (= perfect) → sans défaut

flawless

adj performancefehlerlos; behaviouruntadelig, tadellos; complexionmakellos; diamondlupenrein; flawless Englishfehlerloses or einwandfreies or tadelloses Englisch; the weather was flawlessdas Wetter war ideal

flawless

[ˈflɔːlɪs] adjperfetto/a, senza difetti

flaw

(floː) noun
a fault; something which makes something not perfect. a flaw in the material.
flawed adjective
having a flaw. This china is flawed.
ˈflawless adjective
perfect. her flawless beauty.
References in classic literature ?
An anchor is a forged piece of iron, admirably adapted to its end, and technical language is an instrument wrought into perfection by ages of experience, a flawless thing for its purpose.
Her beauty was illumined by the awakened soul within, as some rosy lamp might shine through a flawless vase of alabaster.
All around the horizon are pale, fleecy clouds, never changing, never moving, like a silver setting for the flawless turquoise sky.
She was a flawless wife and mother; and yet I had married her for no other par- ticular reasons, except that by the customs of chivalry she was my property until some knight should win her from me in the field.
He found it intact: the steel bands were flawless; the whole trunk was compact.
One day she was pink and flawless; another pale and tragical.
how I thought of her as that cruel day's most cruel sun climbed higher and higher in the flawless flaming vault.
The poet's own flawless temperament, his fine mountain atmosphere of mind (so to express it), had no doubt a good deal to do with that.
The whole effect was quite flawless. And it was also sincere.
(PETER, ASIDE: "What kind of a thing is that?") Her creamy skin is as fair and flawless as the petals of a white lily.
To look at you now, with your delightful white hair and your flawless skin, one would never believe that you bad ever spoken a single angry word, that you had ever felt the blood flow through your veins, or that your eyes had ever looked upon the gentle things of life."
The glacier's surface is not smooth and level, but has deep swales and swelling elevations, and sometimes has the look of a tossing sea whose turbulent billows were frozen hard in the instant of their most violent motion; the glacier's surface is not a flawless mass, but is a river with cracks or crevices, some narrow, some gaping wide.