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faultless

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Pronunciation: /ˈfɔːltləs
 
, ˈfɒlt-/

Definition of faultless in English:

adjective

Free from defect or error: your logic is faultless
More example sentences
  • We are under no illusion, however, that this effort is faultless and error free.
  • We need a goal, and most of all we need a faultless role model who inspires us to do our best to reach that goal.
  • One of them in my opinion is the most faultless and fundamentally perfect fighter of all time.
Synonyms
perfect, flawless, without fault, error-free, without blemish, unblemished, impeccable, accurate, precise, exact, correct, unerring;
exemplary, model, ideal, copybook, scrupulous, meticulous, just so

Derivatives

faultlessly

1
adverb
Example sentences
  • The paint, though, holds up faultlessly, regardless of what it's applied to - even after many seasons of use.
  • They create the feel of an improvised session while faultlessly playing complex multi-layered arrangements.
  • You can bet it will be faultlessly performed as well.

faultlessness

2
noun
Example sentences
  • Those high-souled persons who desire beauty, faultlessness of limbs, long life, understanding, mental and physical strength and memory should abstain from acts of injury.
  • Now the very faultlessness of her behavior was a continuing reproach to him, for he had seen what she could do and what she wanted to do, and knew full well where it would be directed if she ever let her passion have its sway.
  • They attempt a kind of buoyancy & faultlessness that, aside from being very difficult, has to impress.

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