Origin of faultless
Related formsfault·less·ly, adverbfault·less·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for faultless
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.
Nowhere else can there be found art criticism equal to this self-revelation of the artist who is called “the faultless painter.”Browning and the Dramatic Monologue|S. S. Curry
With his faultless derby, his spotless suit of sea-green and his natty tie, he carried it off well.The Galloping Ghost|Roy J. Snell
Moffatt has it: “All we are given is good, and all our endowments are faultless.”Studies in the Epistle of James|A. T. Robertson
They are under different conditions from all the rest, in having entirely heroic and faultless persons to love.Proserpina, Volume 2|John Ruskin
They loitered about in their faultless uniforms, or rode along whip in hand.A German deserter's war experience|Anonymous