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seamlessly

[ seem-lis-lee ]
/ ˈsim lɪs li /
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adverb
without seams or joints:The palm of each glove is made seamlessly of a single piece of genuine leather.
in a way that results in a smooth, uniform, and continuous whole:To create the video, the team combined original music with clips from 17 different nature documentaries, edited to fit seamlessly together.
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