faultless[ fawlt-lis ]SEE DEFINITION OF faultless
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FAULTLESS
But the one, it seems, has many faults:—Is the other faultless?
His steeds are not "faultless monsters" like the Dauphin's palfrey in Henry the Fifth.
And Vaudemont had not the delicate and faultless beauty of Sidney.
To come to rave against and abuse my dearest, dearest, faultless friend!
In short, his whole "toggery" was faultless—a perfect out-and-outer.
Have you ever reflected that posterity may not be the faultless dispenser of justice that we dream of?
Recognizing its importance, the publishers have given it faultless form.
Miss Baxter never gave heed to anything but her own faultless judgment.
The rhetoric of this sentence may not have been faultless, but its meaning was clear to the boys.
The stucco will thus present a faultless appearance for paintings.