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synonyms for fleckless

  • exquisite
  • immaculate
  • precise
  • unblemished
  • A-okay
  • accurate
  • aces
  • apple-pie
  • clean
  • correct
  • errorless
  • exact
  • faultless
  • incorrupt
  • infallible
  • innocent
  • irreproachable
  • nice
  • note-perfect
  • on-target
  • perfect
  • pure
  • right
  • sinless
  • stainless
  • ten
  • unerring
  • unflawed
  • unimpeachable

antonyms for fleckless

MOST RELEVANT
  • flawed
  • imperfect
  • blemished
  • corrupt
  • defective
  • suspicious
  • wrong
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How to use fleckless in a sentence

Then the sky resumes the fleckless blueness which characterises it during the greater part of the year.
A BIRD CALENDAR FOR NORTHERN INDIADOUGLAS DEWAR
Out of the blue void of a fleckless sky, came whooping at dawn a boisterous wind.
LITTLE MISS GROUCHSAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
A vast sweep of fleckless azure overhung the glistening plain below.
BY RIGHT OF PURCHASEHAROLD BINDLOSS
The papers extended across the hall and into a prim, fleckless parlor.
ANNE OF AVONLEALUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY
The sky was fleckless by this time and it did not seem possible that another storm could come up.
THE CORNER HOUSE GIRLS ON PALM ISLANDGRACE BROOKS HILL
Antony settled his fleckless straw hat firmly upon his head and tightened his grip on his stick.
AN IDYLL OF ALL FOOLS' DAYJOSEPHINE DASKAM BACON
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WORDS RELATED TO FLECKLESS

  • A-okay
  • accurate
  • aces
  • apple-pie
  • clean
  • correct
  • errorless
  • exact
  • exquisite
  • faultless
  • fleckless
  • immaculate
  • incorrupt
  • infallible
  • innocent
  • irreproachable
  • nice
  • note-perfect
  • on-target
  • perfect
  • precise
  • pure
  • right
  • sinless
  • stainless
  • ten
  • unblemished
  • unerring
  • unflawed
  • unimpeachable
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.