perfection[ per-fek-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF perfection
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERFECTION
Her costume had about it an indubitable air, a finality of perfection in its kind.
Unless it be to think that she is by And feed upon the shadow of perfection.
At forty if a man chooses to assume the role of Orlando he does it to perfection.
It gives grace, it is perfection, which has only need to show itself to conquer.
Stables and neat-houses were the perfection of cleanliness and airiness.
This was the perfection of love--this was the triumph of friendship!
But four parts are altogether necessary to the perfection of melody.
The best time for making cheese is when the pasture is in perfection.
And pictures, which, even in an anatomical point of view, are perfection.
How suitable both to life and the desire for perfection the Greek practice was!