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note-perfect

Syllabification: note-per·fect
Pronunciation: /ˌnōtˈpərfəkt
 
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Definition of note-perfect in English:

adjective

(Of music) performed with technical perfection: they sounded like the other time I saw them: not incredibly exciting, but note-perfect
More example sentences
  • In fact, I'm willing to bet there's more than one Laughing Hyenas record in the young singer's collection, as he's got the John Brannon deep-throat wail down to a note-perfect copy.
  • First to perform was Jon Peter Lewis, who surprised everyone by belting out an almost note-perfect A Little Less Conversation.
  • Given a choice between a note-perfect performance with no particular atmosphere and an imperfect performance with special excitement or insight, I'll always take the latter.

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