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How to use imperfection in a sentence
Many assumed that despite its imperfections, Myanmar’s political evolution would continue with Suu Kyi as head of the civilian government and with entrenched powers for the military, led by Min Aung Hlaing.In Myanmar coup, Suu Kyi’s ouster heralds return to military rule | Shibani Mahtani, Timothy McLaughlin | February 1, 2021 | Washington Post
Looking ahead to the year 2030, I put my bet on democracy because it’s the best idea humanity has ever had, despite all of its obvious imperfections.'We Need a Fundamental Reset.' Shoshana Zuboff on Building an Internet That Lets Democracy Flourish | Billy Perrigo | January 22, 2021 | Time
That’s not perfect but neither are humans, Bruzzone points out, much less the combined efforts of hundreds of humans all with their own imperfections.Astronomers made a poor bot count 100,000 moon craters | Charlie Wood | December 23, 2020 | Popular-Science
That’s what allows us to descend into the valleys of imperfection to later climb the peaks of perfection.
Mastercard is hoping that disclosing some of its internal imperfections will help it close its gender and racial pay gaps for employees.Why Mastercard is publicly trying to fix its gender and racial pay gaps | Maria Aspan | December 6, 2020 | Fortune
You remind us that men and women have imperfection in common, and are indivisible.
He slowed down the action at times for effect; he jolted the camera to mimic the jittery imperfection of a documentary.
“The imperfection became a mark of distinction about their home,” Lahiri writes.
imperfection is a mark of modern sophistication, confidence, and youthfulness.Newt Gingrich's Wife Callista's Prissy Style Problem | Robin Givhan | December 13, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
And he emphasizes the importance of imperfection—even in candy land.
Where these overtones are interfered with by any imperfection in the instrument the result is a harsh or imperfect sound.Expressive Voice Culture | Jessie Eldridge Southwick
This is often due to a law of nature rather than to imperfection of design or workmanship.The Recent Revolution in Organ Building | George Laing Miller
Because of the church's imperfection, none of her procedures harmonize completely, either with one another, or with the truth.
An imperfect vow, on account of its imperfection, would require correction.
The sinful parts are due to the imperfection of the individual who makes it; the lawful part alone is obligatory.
British Dictionary definitions for imperfection
the condition or quality of being imperfect
a fault or defect
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