Origin of faultless
OTHER WORDS FROM faultlessfault·less·ly, adverbfault·less·ness, noun
Words nearby faultless
How to use faultless in a sentence
Stories about the early colonizers of North America resonate a little differently these days, and Radisson was clearly no faultless hero.
And any kind of return to the rigors of the campaign trail will not be faultless.
So far Farmiga has been faultless in her scenes with Highmore.‘Bates Motel’: Ken Tucker Praises Vera Farmiga’s Knife-Sharp Performance|Ken Tucker|May 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
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|Dilip D’Souza|October 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The faultless cast also includes Robert Stack, Felix Bressart, Lionel Atwill, Stanley Ridges, Sig Ruman, and Charles Halton.
It is better to play the simplest airs in a finished, faultless manner, than to play imperfectly the most brilliant variations.The Ladies' Book of Etiquette, and Manual of Politeness|Florence Hartley
The book is admirable; as a series of sermons illustrative of the canon of literary good taste it is faultless.
Many a heart beats as those happy, sunny eyes gaze on the lovely-made dolls, dressed in faultless fashion.
Joseph is one of the most interesting characters of the Bible, one of the most fortunate, and one of the most faultless.Beacon Lights of History, Volume II|John Lord
She's a woman of faultless character, but her instincts, as Altiora would say, are anarchistic—when she gives them a chance.The New Machiavelli|Herbert George Wells