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He is the only poet that never shocks; the only poet whose faultlessness has been made his reproach.
ON THE PORTRAITS OF ENGLISH AUTHORS ON GARDENING,SAMUEL FELTON
Even the highest were not accompanied with spiritual faultlessness.
SERMONS PREACHED AT BRIGHTONFREDERICK W. ROBERTSON
His diction is almost unfailingly good; indeed, it is the very regularity and faultlessness of his verse that sometimes jars.
PERSONALITY IN LITERATUREROLFE ARNOLD SCOTT-JAMES
His entourage also was faultless; and the general faultlessness of everything had made her married life very perfect.
A YOUNG MAN IN A HURRYROBERT W. CHAMBERS
Purity of conception and faultlessness of workmanship were still the desiderata of music.
MUSIC: AN ART AND A LANGUAGEWALTER RAYMOND SPALDING
He has just that air and reputation of faultlessness that gives me the spleen.
CAMILLAFANNY BURNEY
This is, however, a mistake; his excellence is by no means faultlessness.
THE WORKS OF ALEXANDER POPE, VOLUME 2 (OF 10)ALEXANDER POPE
He cannot; but this much he can—to be ever straining towards faultlessness.
THE TEACHING OF EPICTETUSEPICTETUS
He was a stranger, evidently; a stranger with a high regard for the faultlessness of male attire, too.
VIOLETS AND OTHER TALESALICE RUTH MOORE
Here our faults dissociate us more or less from our brethren; faultlessness there will make the union complete.
SERMONSCLEMENT BAILHACHE

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