His friends warned that his “perfectionism” (his own word) would make him wacky.
Besides genetics, perfectionism is the strongest predictor of clinical depression.
The root of our perfectionism—the chicken or the egg—is hardly the point.
perfectionism becomes a sort of impossible perfectionism-plus.
She prepares for her whirlwind, worldwide fashion week tour with inscrutability and perfectionism.
Their principles are perfectionism, communism and free love.
perfectionism, no less than isolationism or imperialism or power politics, may obstruct the paths to international peace.
We gained a great step in the acquisition of our National Independence; but we did not arrive to a state of perfectionism.
This is the application of perfectionism to politics, which was originally a religious notion.
perfectionism: defining the term as referring to God's righteousness, and not self-righteousness.
perfectionism per·fec·tion·ism (pər-fěk'shə-nĭz'əm)
A tendency to set rigid high standards of personal performance.