fault·​less | \ ˈfȯlt-ləs How to pronounce faultless (audio) \

Definition of faultless

: having no fault : irreproachable faultless workmanship

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Other Words from faultless

faultlessly adverb
faultlessness noun

Examples of faultless in a Sentence

this 18th-century chest of drawers is considered a faultless example of early American craftsmanship I may have broken my share of things in the past, but in this instance I am entirely faultless.
Recent Examples on the Web Shifts from the Cayenne's torque-converter automatic are almost as quick and faultless as those from Porsche's PDK dual-clutch transmission in the Panamera. Mike Sutton, Car and Driver, "2021 Porsche Cayenne GTS Coupe Sings a V-8 Anthem," 30 June 2020 On March 9th Mr Conte imposed one of Europe’s strictest lockdowns, and his government’s handling of the crisis was scarcely faultless. The Economist, "No longer a figurehead Why Italy’s technocratic prime minister is so popular," 27 June 2020 His legato exhibits a singing line and a faultless feeling for accent and phrasing. Emily Langer, Washington Post, "Barry Tuckwell, Australian virtuoso of the French horn, dies at 88," 18 Jan. 2020 Both sides have failed to win just one match this term, the midweek draw with Slavia ending Conte's faultless start to life in northern Italy. SI.com, "AC Milan vs Inter Preview: Where to Watch, Buy Tickets, Live Stream, Kick Off Time & Team News," 18 Sep. 2019 If the damage is due to a faultless casualty, such as a bad storm, then your association will need to make the repair. Gary Singer, sun-sentinel.com, "Ask a real estate pro: Do I really have to fix long pipe behind the wall in my condo?," 31 Oct. 2019 Focusing on the most faultless, idealized individuals did not convince Republicans; Democrats only succeeded in further ostracizing immigrants who didn’t fit the DREAMer mold. Libby Watson, The New Republic, "The Grim Lottery of Surprise Medical Bill Stories," 10 Oct. 2019 It was never meant to imply that all women were faultless and beyond reproach. Christine Emba, Twin Cities, "Christine Emba: You need to know Chanel Miller’s name," 2 Oct. 2019 Nonetheless, it must be acknowledged that King James was not faultless in the conflict. Declan Leary, National Review, "Conservatives Should Not Celebrate Religious Tyranny and Coercion," 19 July 2019

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First Known Use of faultless

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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“Faultless.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/faultless. Accessed 10 Jul. 2020.

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