They may be flawed—they may be true—hardly any one has thought of sounding them.
And yet much of Tarkington's work is flawed by a curious failing.
The clear mirror had caught its own image clearly in the flawed one at last.
And it was something golden and immortal in her poor, flawed, human heart.
It is the American story—a story of flawed and fallible people, united across the generations by grand and enduring ideals.
We are now accustomed to the notion of great art as the product of a flawed life.
My flawed life has that to felicitate upon—that I have not spent it in fat lumps of writing, magazine tales and sex-novels.
It too is all the time under my skin though I write along but in this flawed song of myself.
The Finn woman owns about the same thing in a life which may be more still and flawed than mine: her love for strong drink.
The Bulfontein crystals are usually small white octahedras of very good color, but many are flawed.