Perfect in a sentence

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Definition of Perfect

  • Brought to consummation or completeness; completed; not defective nor redundant; having all the properties or qualities requisite to its nature and kind; without flaw, fault, or blemish; without error; mature; whole; pure; sound; right; correct.
  • Well informed; certain; sure.
  • Hermaphrodite; having both stamens and pistils; -- said of flower.
  • The perfect tense, or a form in that tense.
  • To make perfect; to finish or complete, so as to leave nothing wanting; to give to anything all that is requisite to its nature and kind.
  • a tense of verbs used in describing action that has been completed (sometimes regarded as perfective aspect)
  • make perfect or complete
  • being complete of its kind and without defect or blemish

How to use perfect in a sentence. Perfect pronunciation.

Her perfect safety lay in instant flight.
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We are descended from desert-lounging Arabs, and countless ages of growth toward perfect civilization have failed to root out of us the nomadic instinct.
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The Less, the Better then; whence this will fall, He's perfect that hath none at all.
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Some few of our qualities and activities can be fitly symbolized in allegorical fashion by animals; thus, courage finds an emblem in the lion, gentleness in the dove, but the perfect human form has satisfied a thousand generations, and will satisfy a thousand more, when we desire to reduce the divinity to a sensible image, for, in truth, our heart is as surely capable of comprehending "God in us,"-that is in our feelings- as our intellect is capable of comprehending His outward manifestation in the universe.
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With perfect naivete, or with perfect simulation of it, she looked him in the face, and it was Mumford who had to avert his eyes.
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Emmeline was both relieved and surprised; she had not thought it possible for the girl to conduct herself at such a juncture with such perfect propriety.
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It is significant that Turgenev, who was so full of sympathy for the ideas and civilization of Western Europe, and who was so often regarded (unjustly) by his countrymen as a traitor to Russia, should have written all his masterpieces, not in French, of which he had a perfect command, but in his own beloved mother-tongue. We see by the above extracts, that Russia has an instrument of expression as near perfection as is possible in human speech.
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I remember at a polyglot Parisian table, a Russian girl who spoke seven languages with perfect ease; and she was not in the least a blue-stocking.
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Turgenev's splendid education, his wealth which made him independent, his protracted residence in Russia, in Germany, and in Paris, his intimate knowledge of various languages, and his bachelor life gave to his innate genius the most perfect equipment that perhaps any author has ever enjoyed.
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But there are still left some humble individuals, at least one, who, caring little for politics and the ephemeral nature of political watchwords and party strife, and still less for faddish fashions in art, persist in giving their highest homage to the great artists whose work shows the most perfect union of Truth and Beauty.
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The delightful thing about Dostoevski's attitude is that it was so perfect an exemplification of true Christianity.
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But the two authors had little in common, and it was evident that there could never be perfect harmony between them.
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This novel, like all of Tolstoi's, is by no means a perfect work of art.
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The emotional life of the men and women enter into our emotions with no let or hindrance, and that perfect condition of communication is realised which Browning believed would characterise the future life, when spirits would somehow converse without the slow, troublesome, and inaccurate means of language.
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The doubled-up thumb, and straight, stiff finger, were _perfectly free_ and as _limber as ever_, and the stiff wrist joint _moved with perfect freedom!
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One morning, at family prayer, I was led out to pray that we might see the Lord's working in our behalf that day, and I rose from my knees with perfect confidence that our hearts would be made to rejoice in God that day.
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Everything was in perfect order; on the table stood a little tea-tray ready for use.
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A hundred miles in one direction all was wreck and ruin, fifty miles in the opposite direction all was desolation; and while that storm was raging in all its fury, we were held in perfect safety, in quiet waters_, and in continual anxiety to change our position and pursue our voyage _One day of ordinary sailing would have brought us into the track of the storm, and sent us to the bottom of the sea.
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At the time of her cure, she was much worse than for a long while before, being in great pain continually, until the moment she fully believed, and, _in an instant_, she was restored to perfect soundness.
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The work of the dear Savior in her cure seems to be perfect, and she is an astonishment to all who knew her before and see her now.
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Examples of Perfect

Example #1
It was his duty to see that she went, and at once-this very day.
Example #2
In this sick, mad land, in this whirlpool of secret murder and conspiracy, no one could tell what plot was hatching, what deeds were forward; and he could not yet be sure that no one save himself and herself knew who had killed Foorgat Bey.
Example #3
We all confess to a gratified thrill at the thought of "camping out.
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It is a kind of life that has a potent charm for all men, whether city or country-bred.
Example #5
Nor yet for _Autumn_; Love must have his Prime, His Warmer Hearts, and Harvest time.
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For who can tell when first her Reign begun?