- having no defects or faults, especially none that diminish the value of something: a flawless Ming Dynasty vase.
- legally sound: The prosecution had a flawless case.
- having no discernible blemishes or shortcomings; perfect: flawless French; flawless beauty.
Origin of flawless
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Examples from the Web for flawlessly
Miller hired a team of specialists to make sure each image was flawlessly created.The Man Behind Marilyn Malkovich
October 2, 2014
That Elgort executes the high-wire act so flawlessly is probably owed to the fact that he shares some of the same qualities.‘Fault in Our Stars’ Hunk Ansel Elgort Wants You to Cry (A Lot)
June 6, 2014
The Sochi Opening Ceremony has come and gone, and like everything Russian, it was tasteful, simple, and flawlessly executed.Sochi’s Impenetrable, Utterly Russian Opening Ceremony
Kelly Williams Brown
February 8, 2014
It is flawlessly crafted, intelligently constructed, strongly acted, and spellbinding.Roger Ebert’s 10 Best Reviews and 10 Best Zingers
April 4, 2013
If she runs the state department so flawlessly, the thinking goes, surely she can run a campaign—and the country.Paul Begala on Hillary Clinton’s Coming Run for the White House in 2016
April 14, 2012
"I have every faith in you," she informed him, flawlessly sincere.The Black Bag
Louis Joseph Vance
Charles rose to his feet, flawlessly courteous, much wondering.The Lady of Loyalty House
Justin Huntly McCarthy
Patti acted the part with great simplicity and sang it flawlessly.The Complete Opera Book
Spinoza's conception of the universe, flawlessly operating under necessary laws, effectively disposes of miracles.The Philosophy of Spinoza
Baruch de Spinoza
Their mission was so flawlessly executed, that we risk taking for granted the bravery and skill it required.
Word Origin and History for flawlessly
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper