flawless

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From flaw +‎ -less (suffix meaning ‘without (something)’).[1]

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flawless (comparative more flawless, superlative most flawless)

  1. Without flaws, defects, or shortcomings; perfect.
    Synonyms: faultless, impeccable; see also Thesaurus:flawless
    Antonyms: flawed, flawful
    The pianist’s performance this evening was flawless.

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