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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Pickford scored as England were flawless from the spot before saving from Josip Drmic to secure a 6-5 win in the shootout. Kieran Canning, chicagotribune.com, "Southgate seeks next step as England win again on penalties," 9 June 2019 Tech events are always suspiciously flawless and real-world use often differs from these highly manicured, onstage experiences. Darren Orf, Popular Mechanics, "Google Just Proved That Our Voice Is the Ultimate UI," 7 May 2019 Two hero skin-care products Paltrow swears by are Vintner's Daughter's Active Botanical Serum and Goop's Exfoliating Instant Facial, both of which could definitely contribute to her flawless complexion. Kaleigh Fasanella, Allure, "Gwyneth Paltrow Just Posted a Makeup-Free Selfie Après Ski, and She’s Glowing," 27 Mar. 2019 But in true Rih form, her manicure manages to be both flawless and on-trend. Leah Prinzivalli, Allure, "Rihanna's Jade Manicure Is a New Take on the Marble Nail Trend," 10 May 2019 The Crusaders were nearly flawless against Chargers’ pressure defense, committing just eight turnovers. Phil Anastasia, Philly.com, "Delsea stuns top-seeded Timber Creek in S.J. 3 tourney," 2 Mar. 2018 The singer made an appearance on Michael Bublé's Christmas in Hollywood special last night to sing not one, but two Christmas songs, and spoiler alert: both were simply flawless. Michelle Profis, Country Living, "Stop What You're Doing and Listen to Celine Dion and Michael Buble's Amazing Christmas Duet," 11 Dec. 2015 Just a few weeks after announcing a brand-new setting powder, Kylie Jenner is coming out with another product guaranteed to keep your makeup looking flawless. De Elizabeth, Teen Vogue, "Kylie Cosmetics Announces New Setting Spray," 6 Apr. 2019 For too long, girls have been relegated to the sidelines in these stories, limited to being some sort of Winnie Cooper type—a chaste, flawless object of affection with perfect manners and not a single zit. Bonnie Stiernberg, Glamour, "I Wish Every Teen Girl Would Watch Hulu's PEN15," 10 Mar. 2019

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First Known Use of flawless

1659, in the meaning defined above

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