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
Jacobs Medical Center, which opened in La Jolla, California, in 2016 and won an AIA Healthcare Design Award, was a seamless merging of Cannon Design’s healthcare expertise with Yazdani Studio’s upstart energy.
The path from that to, say, more mindful engagement on social media is, if not quite seamless, pretty straightforward.
Bob Staak to Pete Gillen to Skip Prosser to Thad Matta to Sean Miller to Mack to Steele has been absolutely seamless.
This new process provides seamless, full-coverage fit that helps stabilize the foot and ultimately keep your feet from ice skating in your shoes.
Donatlan usually makes a seamless transition to his spring sport.
Our seamless undergarments are designed to create a smooth foundation by working with a woman’s body, and women loved it.
Kelly is happy with his seamless transition, and the players are, too.
Sharing is caring The Cardinals spread the work around the floor in a comprehensive team effort highlighted by seamless ball movement.
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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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