seamless


seam·less

adjective \ˈsēm-ləs\

: having no seams

: moving from one thing to another easily and without any interruptions or problems

: perfect and having no flaws or errors

Full Definition of SEAMLESS

1
:  having no seams
2
a :  having no awkward transitions, interruptions, or indications of disparity <a seamless fusion of beauty and intelligence — Jack Kroll et al.>
b :  perfect, flawless <a seamless performance>
seam·less·ly \-lē\ adverb
seam·less·ness \-nəs\ noun

Examples of SEAMLESS

  1. The transitions from scene to scene were seamless.
  2. a seamless transfer of power

First Known Use of SEAMLESS

15th century

Rhymes with SEAMLESS

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