Part of speech:
Being entirely without flaw or imperfection.
Having come to an end; concluded:
Free from anything that taints, impairs, infects, etc.; clear
Without equal; unrivaled
Highest in quality, achievement, performance, etc.; most excellent
To make better; improve
The definition of comprehensive is covered widely or understood fully.
Lacking practicality or the possibility of realization:
Sharp means having a point or edge that is good for cutting or a sudden change.
A becoming due
Free from fault or error:
To do, perform, or obey (a task or order, for example); carry out.
Inspiring awe; impressive.
To adjust (the proof of alcoholic beverages) by adding water or other liquids.
The definition of classic is someone or something of the highest rank, that acts as a stable model or standards, has lasting worth, is typical or relates to ancient Greece or Rome.
Secure or stable:
Admitting of no doubt or misunderstanding; clear and unambiguous:
Rigorous; harsh; severe
Freedom from error or untruths; infallibility:
A model of excellence or perfection of a kind; a peerless example:
The highest degree of excellence.
The definition of impeccable is defined as something that is faultless.
Lacking blemishes or faults:
Consummate is defined as a complete or fulfilled, or very skillful.
Having no match or equal; unsurpassed:
Made of stainless steel
Distinct and correct in sound or meaning:
To raise to a more desirable or more excellent quality or condition; make better:
Careful and exact
Named but not known or previously mentioned:
Essential or necessary for completeness; constituent:
(Place, proper) An imaginary island described in a book of the same name by Sir Thomas More (1516) as having a perfect political and social system
To give or make retouches.
Having no faults or defects, as in character; irreproachable
To make available and effective to fulfill a particular end or need:
Having a fault or faults; defective, blemished, imperfect, or erroneous
Outstandingly good of its kind; of exceptional merit, virtue, etc.
Precise and clear in meaning; explicit
Contrary to conscience, morality, or law:
Continuous, without interruption.
The definition of imperfect is someone or something that has at least one fault or that is not fully formed or complete.
Second in quality, rank, etc.; second-class
(Mathematics) Of or being operations or sequences of operations, such as differentiation and integration, when applied to only one of several variables at a time.
Not finished; not completed or perfected; incomplete
The definition of broken is split, out of order, or not continuous.
The definition of intact is something that is complete and that has not been damaged in any way.
Not damaged, injured, or harmed:
Having no imperfections or blemishes; regular or even:
(Botany) Having symmetrically arranged parts of similar size and shape:
Being such that every part of the surface or the circumference is equidistant from the center:
Covering all aspects without exception
(Informal) Thorough; complete
Condemned or deserving condemnation
Precise and painstaking
Complete; entire; undivided.
Having no boundaries or limits:
An end; conclusion; outcome
A typical specimen or example
Any of a series of races involving formula cars and leading to an overall championship
Being in or attaining the greatest or highest degree; very intense:
That is plainly such; out-and-out; notorious
The definition of out-and-out is something total or complete.
Made without constraints, stipulations, or additional payments owed:
Absolute; downright; unqualified; utter
Without qualification or exception; absolute:
Without qualification or exception; absolute:
Not modified by conditions or reservations; absolute:
Continuous or unvarying:
Not set aside for advance sale
Complete; absolute; entire:
The definition of flat out is to move at top speed.
Positive is defined as good, looking towards the good side of things, showing certainty, showing the presence of an illness or substance, more than zero, or charged with positive electricity.
Used as an intensive:
Easy to understand, do, or carry out:
Having the ability to resist decay or failure; lasting.
Polish is defined as to rub until smooth and shiny, use a substance or wax on a surface to make it glossy, or to improve the condition.
Refine is defined as to purify, to make more polished, or to become more defined.
In a smooth manner
In excellent condition
Older or eldest. Used especially of a sibling:
The definition of limited is something or someone with boundaries or restrictions.
To a greater extent or degree:
Continuing indefinitely or for a long period of time.
(Mildly vulgar) An intensifier.
a tense of verbs used in describing action that has been completed (sometimes regarded as perfective aspect)
A verb form indicating that an action or state has been completed at the present time, in the past, or will be completed in the future.
To develop or improve
Being beyond what is required or sufficient.
To accomplish something successfully; perform at a standard or above standard level:
To make adjustments; compensate:
Characteristic of an expert.
Containing no errors.
Not liable to fail, go wrong, make a mistake, etc.; dependable; reliable; sure
Not violated; kept sacred or unbroken
Not reproachable; beyond reproach; blameless; faultless
No longer subject to great expansion or development. Used of an industry, market, or product.
Complete in all respects; unlimited or full:
Having or marked by an advanced degree of competence, as in an art, vocation, profession, or branch of learning.
Of, relating to, resembling, or befitting a saint.
An acquired skill or refinement:
In Jungian psychology, any of several innate ideas or patterns in the psyche, expressed in dreams, art, etc. as certain basic symbols or images
Free from other elements; pure:
without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers
The state or quality of being proficient; competence.
The definition of accomplish is to finish or complete something.
To produce by effort
To call for; make necessary; require
(Sports) To score a goal as the last maneuver in a play:
To require the payment of a fine from; impose a fine on.
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