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seamless

Syllabification: seam·less
Pronunciation: /ˈsēmləs
 
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Definition of seamless in English:

adjective

1(Of a fabric or surface) smooth and without seams or obvious joins: seamless stockings
More example sentences
  • The metal floor continued into the hall and the walls smoothed out into a seamless surface.
  • In 1851, George Hemshall received the Prince Albert Medal for weaving a seamless linen shirt.
  • The floor was white washed wood, going from one room to the next like a piece of seamless fabric.
1.1Smooth and continuous, with no apparent gaps or spaces between one part and the next: the seamless integration of footage from different sources
More example sentences
  • The alliance is an effort by the three companies to create a seamless digital music system.
  • Clinicians need to balance new mainstream integration with sensitive assimilation of the hospice model to ensure seamless transition.
  • Sometimes, the stunning scenery is digitally enhanced with seamless sophistication.

Derivatives

seamlessly

1
adverb
Example sentences
  • In one scene, his character appears sporting a shirt that blends in seamlessly with the coverings on the wall.
  • Below the waist, her stomach merges seamlessly into her legs, which are joined all the way to her heels.
  • The unique motif of each animal seamlessly evoked a range of moods and actions.

seamlessness

2
noun
Example sentences
  • As hard as you might try to detect them, there are few gaps or details to distract from the overall impression of seamlessness.
  • Just how the various low-level and higher-level visual routines fit together to produce the apparent seamlessness of conscious experience is still little understood.
  • To be effective, the work requires a seamlessness and pliancy that could have been at odds with emphatic articulation and step-by-step precision.

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