Definition of flawless in English:

flawless

Syllabification: flaw·less
Pronunciation: /ˈflôləs
 
/

adjective

1Without any blemishes or imperfections; perfect: her brown flawless skin
More example sentences
  • She is slim, tall and fair with a flawless skin and perfect features.
  • The angel's face was luminesced, his skin glowing and perfectly flawless.
  • Drop dead gorgeous eyes, flawless skin, and perfect straight brown hair that reached down to the top of his ear.
Synonyms
1.1Without any mistakes or shortcomings: he greeted her in almost flawless English
More example sentences
  • He laid his hands upon the keys and played; this time flawless with no mistakes.
  • Despite an off-course excursion that cost the team two laps, Long made up for his mistake with fast and flawless driving the rest of the way.
  • The music itself is flawless, without a single mistake or so much as an out-of-place echo.

Derivatives

flawlessly

adverb
More example sentences
  • A perfect, flawlessly planned and executed operation, from start to finish, using all the tools of the modern age.
  • Every one of them is superbly written, flawlessly cast, and utterly believable.
  • Ever the professional, Rob delivered his thought flawlessly.

flawlessness

noun
More example sentences
  • Sometimes, music can scare you through its flawlessness.
  • I'm afraid it's impossible to achieve that level of flawlessness with cosmetics alone.
  • All she could do was stare, still in awe of his flawlessness.

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