adjective as in flawless, superlative
adjective as in whole, intact
adjective as in accurate, correct
However, many other hospitals in other parts of Virginia, including the 11 Sentara hospital group hospitals, received perfect 100 percent scores, the report shows.
Seven years after its founding, Snowflake had perfected an amazing new way to run databases on cloud servers, but it was struggling to attract enough big corporate customers.
So, having that public accountability, about what they think — and no one’s gonna be perfect on it — helps a lot.
Oddly enough, it’s a perfect time to offer this, and I think it answers a demand, which is beauty brands by women of color.
Big Pharma is far from perfect—for example, there may be outlier companies that have charged rapacious prices on drugs.
Estee Lauder has not crumbled to dust because the perfect brown face of Joan Smalls represents it.
The Perfect Storm writer talks combat brotherhood and the threat posed by growing wealth inequality.
So perfect that we wonder if we should risk ruining it by asking for yet another take.
The Oscar-winning actress put nude photo thieves in their place with one perfect statement.
In our headlong quest for a legally perfect society, we don’t take the time to take stock of what‘s been created so far.
The afternoon was a lovely one—the day was a perfect example of the mellowest mood of autumn.
In the most perfect stillness, we arrived within two hundred paces of the enemy's camp.
But if the Bible was written by men, some of them more or less inspired, then it would not, in all probability be wholly perfect.
Even genius, however, needs direction and adjustment to secure the most perfect and reliable results.
We stood staring after the fugitives in perfect bewilderment, totally unable to explain their apparently causeless panic.
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What are other ways to say perfect?
The adjective perfect emphasizes completeness, and also high quality and absence of defects or blemishes: a perfect diamond. Complete implies that a certain unit has all its parts or is fully developed or perfected, and may apply to a process or purpose carried to fulfillment: a complete explanation. Intact implies retaining completeness and original condition: a package delivered intact. Entire means whole, having unbroken unity: an entire book.
On this page you'll find 336 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to perfect, such as: excellent, foolproof, ideal, impeccable, pure, and splendid.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.