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
From the exterior, the transformation looks seamless.
These ones are seamless and supportive, for blister-free comfort and breathability in all temperatures.
Soderbergh's trilogy was an exercise of style and star power with the likes of George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon and Don Cheadle gliding through capers that were seamless and, truth be told, a tad cynical.
Made in Italy, the bra offers light support and a gorgeous lace fabric, featuring easy-to-use clips for seamless breastfeeding access.
There really is a sense of closure closing in around the whole operation while, at the same time, the success on the field has seemed so seamless, from the upset in New Orleans to the comeback against Atlanta to whatever comes next in Minneapolis.
The executive order calls for ‘seamless access to mental health treatment and suicide prevention resources for transitioning service members’ in the year following military service, according to a fact sheet provided by the White House.
Like so many apps, there’s an obvious convenience to doing a seamless transaction via device that once would have required cash or a card swipe as well as actually standing up.
The company changed the factory tooling so that items like the cover to the tow hook behind the front bumper went from being an awkward fit to a seamless one.
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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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