Will he take from me the mistressly management, which I had not faultily discharged?
Corneille does not belong to the class of the "faultily faultless" writers.
But the numbers he has given are so faultily printed that nothing can be determined from them.
The wasp that has faultily trimmed a leaf of its paper begins again.
Corneille does not belong to the class of the “faultily faultless” writers.
Bowser was not a pure-blooded hound; he was fat and he was faultily trained.
Stables on some farms are so faultily constructed that it is almost impossible for the foul air to gain an exit.
It was faultily faultless, icily regular, splendidly null, dead perfection—no more.
Her face was not "faultily faultless" nor "icily regular," but both beautiful and expressive.
My disposition is so faultily anxious and foreboding that I am not likely to forget anything of a saddening sort.