[ pik-cher-pur-fikt ]

  1. absolutely free of defects or shortcomings; conforming to an ideal: Our team is excited to help you make the decisions that will lead to your picture-perfect wedding day.We drove through a picture-perfect landscape dotted with quaint fishing villages.

Words Nearby picture-perfect

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How to use picture-perfect in a sentence

  • Mountains in the background was the only feature lacking to make the picture perfect.

  • The lovely picture of the dove with iridescent wings is as a picture perfect.

  • You should have a magnifying glass to make the picture perfect.

    The Clock Strikes Thirteen | Mildred A. Wirt
  • The whole country is thought out in huge blotches to form a picture perfect in harmony and in design.

    Japan | Dorothy Menpes
  • I could not look upon the scene without thinking of that fair being, whose presence alone was wanted to make the picture perfect.

    The Quadroon | Mayne Reid