flawless; perfect in appearance or character
The Christmas village was picture-perfect.
This was not the picture-perfect moment every film-birth makes it out to be.
It would be weird if everybody had picture-perfect magazine hair.
“It was a picture-perfect penthouse overlooking the boat pond,” she says.
It is, in many ways, the picture-perfect holiday for a savvy pol: bucolic, family-oriented, tradition-bound, and not too glitzy.
Romney, with his picture-perfect family and squeaky-clean lifestyle, should be a terrific values crusader.
And maybe people would rather feel connected than look at picture-perfect telecasts.
The photograph shook up the idea of a model American family during a time when the picture-perfect family was idealized.
picture-perfect, achieving it all, but altogether too smug about that fact.
In other words, theirs was the very definition of a picture-perfect political family.