- knowing one's part, lesson, or the like, perfectly.
- precise or exact in every detail; verbatim.
Origin of letter-perfect
Examples from the Web for letter-perfect
Historical Examples of letter-perfect
"Oh, but he's letter-perfect," murmured Edith in admiration.The Art of Disappearing
John Talbot Smith
Bobby was 159 letter-perfect in her part, if she did have a damaged wing, as she said.The Girls of Central High on the Stage
Gertrude W. Morrison
It is remembered that of all the gay company she was the only one who was letter-perfect in her part.Julia Ward Howe
Laura E. Richards
The farce was prearranged, the actors therein were letter-perfect.Chivalry
James Branch Cabell
Keg was a good dresser, but I never saw him quite as letter-perfect and wholly immaculate as he was just then.At Good Old Siwash
- another term (esp in the US) for word-perfect