Examples of perfectly in a Sentence
The steak was perfectly cooked.
you did that handspring perfectly on your first try
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Sergey and Misha execute the burn perfectly, a four-and-a-half-minute firing of the braking engine, which will slow the Soyuz by about 300 miles per hour.
This salad illustrates his point perfectly, vibrating with tension between salt and vinegar, softness and crunch, sweetness and tang.
Newtown is perfectly positioned to take advantage of several key demographic trends, such as the interest of millennials in having smaller houses with manageable commutes in walkable communities.
A new sport, boys lacrosse, filled that void perfectly.
Patrick said that Meyer Academy's I.B. curriculum for its middle school fits in perfectly with the school's mission as a Jewish community day school.
Samsung may have abandoned Android Wear for Tizen OS in its own smartwatches years ago, but any Android Wear watch will pair perfectly fine with a Galaxy S8 or any other Samsung phone.
The Republicans are perfectly within their legal authority to proceed that way.
Cernan, working with Ed Fendell of Mission Control, was lucky enough to capture the launch perfectly.
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First Known Use of perfectly
Synonymsfaultlessly, flawlessly, ideally, immaculately, impeccably, pat, to a nicety, to a T, to a turn, to the nines
Antonymsamiss, badly, defectively, faultily, imperfectly
Related Wordsexcellently, fabulously, finely, grandly, greatly, marvelously, superbly, superiorly, superlatively, terrifically; exceptionally, fancily, specially
Near Antonymsdeficiently, inadequately, incompletely, insufficiently; fallibly; atrociously, execrably, wretchedly
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