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adjective as in completed

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George makes a good case that Glenn was heroic without being perfect.

Talib’s audition was not perfect, yet there was enough for Ullman to see “something there was different.”

In a perfect Voronoi mosaic of hexagons in a flat plane, each cell would have six vertices.

Joy’s words and Holmes’s art are a perfect pairing where the verse is as vivid as the paints and collage.

Inverting historical tropes and archetypes, the story offers comedy and catharsis, and ends with a happily-ever-after so perfect it will make you return immediately to page one.

He says he has perfected the method to reduce the risk of falling ill.

It is perfected over many incarnations until it is transformed into pure divine love in its highest expression.

Simmons has perfected what you might call the exposé-as-apologia.

And, with this Instagram stunt, she seems to have perfected the art of crisis management.

In other words, she may have just perfected the art of crisis management.

Surely therefore to him belongs the credit of having invented and perfected the tubular boiler and surface condenser.

An invention is reduced to practice when it is so far perfected that it may be put into practical and successful use.

Johnnie Bones prepared the papers for the incorporation of the new railroad, and the organization was perfected.

The year, however, closed before the negociations commenced were perfected.

Without difficulty Clifford perfected the title to his homestead before the land officers.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to perfected, such as: fulfilled, accomplished, consummate, developed, elaborate, and finished.

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