- adj. Perfect in appearance as with the subjects in paintings or photographs, without the common imperfections of real life.
- picture + perfect (Wiktionary)
“The pregnancy was picture-perfect until the last month.”
“The once picture-perfect pop star has returned and is offering fans the new, worn-and-torn and yes, stronger than yesterday Britney.”
“He says no, and when I explain, he shakes his head and insists he "loves" women because "a beautiful girl could be the most picture-perfect thing I've ever seen" - which seems to capture it: he loves women, inanimate, in pictures.”
“Beautiful city at the foot of a picture-perfect volcano.”
“Kids really have this picture-perfect home built up in their minds.”
“There is something oh-so-intoxicating about a European summer and a picture-perfect outlook.”
“With matching booties and bonnet, every second of the celebration will be a picture-perfect moment for your baby, and you will definitely be rewarded with several snapshots of this event that you can treasure for a very long time.”
“Perhaps the best beaches are the smallest: at picture-perfect Agistros, Mikros Aselinos, and Krifi Ammos or "hidden sand".”
“And there it was, a picture-perfect image of the roof hot tub.”
“I had this picture-perfect, storybook ending that I wanted to put on my career and I couldn't do it.”
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