- adj. Not flawed.
- adj. without a flaw
- un- + flawed (Wiktionary)
“This allows people to purchase unflawed robotic versions of themselves -- fit, good looking remotely controlled machines that ultimately assume their life roles -- enabling people to experience life vicariously from the comfort and safety of their own homes.”
“Here's the description: FBI agents (BRUCE WILLIS and RADHA MITCHELL) investigate the mysterious murder of a college student linked to the man who helped create a high-tech surrogate phenomenon that allows people to purchase unflawed robotic versions of themselves - fit, good looking remotely controlled machines that ultimately assume their life roles - enabling people to experience life vicariously from the comfort and safety of their own homes.”
“And whilst being aware there's probably no such thing as the archetypal, unflawed, all-dancing Prince Charming, there should also be some awareness of something else.”
“Empathy is a willingness to learn, unflawed by accusation or judgment.”
“The Cantwell-Collins bill is not unflawed but has the basic structure right.”
“That acknowledged, I am under no illusion that my attempt to address such matters in early African history will be unflawed.”
“All she knew was that her baby was perfect, translucent, unflawed.”
“ Of course her stories had morals: develop a skill, practice makes perfect, appearances are not everything; no one is unflawed.”
“Nobody expects or wants their movie characters to be uncomplicated and unflawed, but by this point, rather than gaining in sympathy or understanding, I was only squirming at pathology.”
“As we have come to expect with Pixar, the design is impeccable, the voice work excellent, the music perfectlysuited to the narrative andthe characters mostly unflawed- my favourite aside from Carl himself is the wonderful, hilarious giant bird who Russell ingeniously nicknames Kevin and who was the source of every one of the biggest laughs in my screening.”
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