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—— to a fault British & World English

Displaying the specified commendable quality to an almost excessive extent

fault British & World English

An unattractive or unsatisfactory feature, especially in a piece of work or in a person’s character

fault English Thesaurus

he has his faults, but he's a good man

foot fault British & World English

(In tennis, squash, and similar games) an infringement of the rules made by overstepping the baseline when serving

double fault British & World English

An instance of two consecutive faults in serving, counting as a point against the server

at fault in fault British & World English

Responsible for an undesirable situation; in the wrong

find fault in fault British & World English

Make an adverse criticism or objection, sometimes unfairly

to a fault in fault English Thesaurus

Barry's generous to a fault

—— to a fault in fault British & World English

Displaying the specified commendable quality to an almost excessive extent