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supremely excellent in quality or nature

Synonyms for unflawed

without a flaw

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The Interior Ministry directed Islamabad Administration and Police to take all possible steps to ensure unflawed security measures of the capital.
Cronin notes: 'Although his heroes are seemingly flawed, the GAA emerges behind these figures in McGahern as an unflawed hero, the cement of local communities' (p.
The immortal elves in The Lord of the Rings are "deathless" in this sense, as well, as Tolkien once pointed out, for their art is "delivered from many of its human limitations: more effortless, more quick, more complete (product, and vision in unflawed correspondence)" (L 146).
This is often the case because flaws will limit the strength of the item, where a completely unflawed (e.
But who could have emerged unflawed after such a cruel start?
The new technology allows people to purchase unflawed robotic versions of themselves - fit, goodlooking remotely controlled machines that ultimately assume their life roles - enabling people to experience life vicariously from the comfort and safety of their own homes.
This is not only because the current financial crisis is severe and has led to unexpected catastrophe, but also because after the collapse of the Soviet Union, some voices within the capitalist world assertively claimed that capitalism was the only unflawed economic system.
We had unflawed, pristine bodies splashing and mashing, lines of all kinds being tried out, and love rehearsed in a hundred hyperbolical piropos (rhetorical "eye-fire" from Latin America, imported along with the Boom of magical realism).
It is not an unflawed project, and questions remain over whether it will go ahead.
Few would argue that these were unflawed and complete upon their inception, however, as indicated on the list, have not been improved upon.
Bahadourian and Greer, in "CABAS Parent Education: Increasing Child Compliance Via Parental Emission of Unflawed Commands and Contingent Consequations During Play," explore the use of a parent training program to increase parental use of unflawed commands and consequences.
Pruitt's team posits in the March 2 Nature that the plants may carry some of their grandparents' and earlier generations' unflawed genetic code in a nucleic acid other than DNA, such as RNA.
He added that Sachs' care of Cregan was unflawed and did not contribute to her death.
Elizabeth combines Catherine's spark of excitement with the practicality of the only unflawed Austen heroine, Persuasion's Anne Elliot, and the "sense" of Elinor Dashwood (Sense and Sensibility).