(of a singer or musician) able to sing or play without making any errors
(of a piece of music) sung or performed without any errors

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Examples from the Web for note-perfect

Historical Examples of note-perfect

  • Olivia happened to be note-perfect in one or two of the Lieder.

    My Lord Duke

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