flawless

adjective
flaw·​less | \ ˈflȯ-ləs How to pronounce flawless (audio) \

Definition of flawless

1 : having no flaw or imperfection : perfect a flawless performance flawless beauty flawless diction The decor is elegant, the service is flawless and the food is exquisite.— Anthony Dias Blue
2 of a gemstone : free of defects : having no internal flaws Some diamond experts dispute that a set diamond can be truly flawless, saying it can be only internally flawlessThe New York Times Style Magazine

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Other Words from flawless

flawlessly adverb
performed flawlessly You know the moments: a computer that has worked flawlessly for as long as you can remember stubbornly refuses to boot one morning. Personal Computer
flawlessness noun
The trouble with having spectacular diamonds for the night was finding an ensemble worthy of such flawlessness. — Plum Sykes

Examples of flawless in a Sentence

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While Amy was away at Casa Amor, declaring her love of her 'half-boyfriend' to the girls, the previously seemingly flawless Curtis was trying to 'crack on' with Jourdan. SI.com, "Love Island: Equating Each Romance From the TV Show With a Summer Transfer Saga," 5 July 2019 However, Newton drove a flawless race and scored the victory ahead of Maibes. Antioch Speedway, The Mercury News, "Antioch Speedway: DeCarlo has strong finish in Firecracker 50," 4 July 2019 His flawless mixes and participation with the audience made for a very engaging experience. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Summerfest 2019: Steve Aoki, Hanson and the best and the worst on the side stages on opening day," 27 June 2019 His boyfriend Juan Carlos, with his flawless telenovela cheekbones, is heir to a cookie fortune. Jason Parham, WIRED, "The Oddball Delights of Los Espookys," 14 June 2019 There is a hysteria to its finality, its flawless self-containment. Katy Waldman, The New Yorker, "People Are Still Getting Married, and This Book Is Here to Help," 10 June 2019 The beauty vlogger strutted the carpet in a nipple-baring outfit, and a flawless smokey eye, of course. Yerin Kim, Seventeen, "James Charles Did NOT Wear a Thong to the Met Gala, But His Look is Just As Crazy," 6 May 2019 The rocket's first stage made a flawless flight and then descended to a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean and safely landed. Eric Berger, Ars Technica, "SpaceX launches heavy telecom satellite, sticks high-seas landing," 10 Sep. 2018 The Reds hit the requisite grand slam and got a flawless start from Matt Harvey. Paul Daugherty, Cincinnati.com, "Paul Daugherty: The Cincinnati Reds, Matt Harvey are weirdly great right now," 1 July 2018

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First Known Use of flawless

1659, in the meaning defined above

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