- without fault, flaw, or defect; perfect.
Origin of faultless
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flawless, impeccable, exemplary, irreproachable.
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Examples from the Web for faultless
And any kind of return to the rigors of the campaign trail will not be faultless.The Boehner-Haters Are Back With a Vengeance
April 30, 2014
So far Farmiga has been faultless in her scenes with Highmore.‘Bates Motel’: Ken Tucker Praises Vera Farmiga’s Knife-Sharp Performance
May 6, 2013
Of course each of us has our stories about bad drivers, with the implication, always, that we ourselves are faultless on the road.The Perils of Driving in India: One Man’s Quest for a Driver’s License
October 20, 2012
The faultless cast also includes Robert Stack, Felix Bressart, Lionel Atwill, Stanley Ridges, Sig Ruman, and Charles Halton.The Star-Crossed Hamlet
October 10, 2008
But the one, it seems, has many faults:—Is the other faultless?Clarissa, Volume 1 (of 9)
His steeds are not "faultless monsters" like the Dauphin's palfrey in Henry the Fifth.De Libris: Prose and Verse
And Vaudemont had not the delicate and faultless beauty of Sidney.Night and Morning, Complete
To come to rave against and abuse my dearest, dearest, faultless friend!Clarissa, Volume 3 (of 9)
In short, his whole "toggery" was faultless—a perfect out-and-outer.
- without fault; perfect or blameless
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Word Origin and History for faultless
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