Examples of seamless in a Sentence
The transitions from scene to scene were seamless.
a seamless transfer of power
Recent Examples of seamless from the Web
Fischer’s goal was for Sampras to play more effective attacking tennis: players with one-handed backhands can often make a more seamless move to the net, where backhand volleys are hit with one hand.
This enables faster integration or a more seamless addition of new weapons on the Reaper platform.
Its seamless wall-to-wall carpet obliterates any hint of nature, the scent of cateria food permeates the first floor corridors, the ring of elevator cars creates a perpetual dinging soundtrack in the lobby.
Carter isn’t the sort of multi-positional ace that can facilitate seamless switches.
But true to the advances in technology, the open world of the islands of the Mediterranean is now a seamless environment, with none of the load screen barriers between major cities that marred Black Flag’s otherwise open waters.
The show was met with rave reviews from audiences and critics alike, who were amazed by thrilling theatricality, incomparable stagecraft and Thorne's seamless expansion of Rowling's internationally beloved narrative.
The team will then need to create a seamless app that gives instant feedback.
Some mistakes are minor (expert tip: leave your black lace underwear at home and opt for a seamless nude pair to try on wedding gowns), while others can be incredibly detrimental to the process of finding the dress.
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Figurative Meanings of seamless
Seamless came into the English language in the fifteenth century with a fairly literal meaning: “having no seams” (seam itself signifying “the joining of two pieces (as of cloth or leather) by sewing usually near the edge”). Throughout much of the word’s early history, expecially in the seventeenth century, it was employed by writers to refer to the “seamless coat (or garment)" of Jesus Christ. In modern use, the word usually has the figurative sense “without flaws” or "without interruption" rather than “without seams.”
SEAMLESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of seamless for English Language Learners
: having no seams
: moving from one thing to another easily and without any interruptions or problems
: perfect and having no flaws or errors
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