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Having no weaknesses or imperfections; perfect.‘her unflawed skin’‘his English was unflawed’
- ‘Their importance lies not in their practical use but in their exceptionally skilled carving, the unflawed quality of the stone, and the elegant calligraphy of their inscriptions.’
- ‘I remembered his unflawed skin, the clean grace of his bones and sinews.’
- ‘Choose bright green, unflawed pods - smaller are sweeter.’
- ‘There's no unflawed character to easily identify with, no camera pyrotechnics or special effects, and no neat ending.’
- ‘I'm happy to see improvements to an already unflawed product.’
- ‘I will see myself in his eyes, a perfect version of myself, unflawed outside and in.’
- ‘Wood is graded on the number of flaws in a board, not the strength or appearance of the unflawed portions.’
- ‘"The pay rise is based on research which hasn't been questioned and is completely unflawed."’
- ‘Unflawed single crystals must consist of atoms or molecules arranged in such a way as to fill space.’
- ‘Sure, it's within a flawed ouevre, but find me any great thinker with an unflawed oeuvre.’
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