- 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 flawlessness
The supreme confidence of this woman and the flawlessness of her schemes dazed him.The Puppet Crown
It recorded nothing more than the lens had seen, yet its flawlessness required no aid of art and asked no odds of color.The Portal of Dreams
Charles Neville Buck
Flawlessness leaves the weaker imagination so little to take hold of: it is slippery.Atlantic Classics, Second Series
Henry C. Merwin
Besides, it was the only way to preserve the purity of her intention, the flawlessness of the crystal.The Flaw in the Crystal
And what shall we say of bone itself as a mere material or tissue, with its admirable lightness, compactness, and flawlessness.The Whence and the Whither of Man</p>
John Mason Tyler
Word Origin and History for flawlessness
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