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  • adv. In a faultless manner

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a faultless manner.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. without a fault; in a faultless manner


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  • Lewis still hadn't looked at her properly nor she at him and yet she had recalled faultlessly and unwantediy the sensation of his hands against her skin, coaxing, stroking, loving. hands which she now saw were bunched into hard, tense fists.

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  • The guys did a great job and the car ran faultlessly, which is always a benefit on a Friday.

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  • In your comment above, all of the commas except one are faultlessly placed.

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  • Similarly, Glamorgan's second Championship side 21 years later had ace flycatcher Peter Walker 2010's president flanked by those two faultlessly infallible snafflers Bryan and Roger Davis.

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  • You should obviously click through to that previous review, if only for this faultlessly persuasive opening gambit:

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  • I use Goodsync, it was pretty cheap and I have found it almost faultlessly reliable for the past 3 years.

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  • The bravura of Orage, with its faultlessly negotiated multiple octaves, formed a sharp contrast with the introspection of Vallée d'Obermann, a piece that can sometimes seem shapeless but in this instance was superbly controlled, its emotional trajectory emerging, for once, as logical and clear.

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  • While I doubt that the model works as faultlessly as the charts would have it not every dedicated musician signs up with United Artists, this inspirational speech left more than one of the audience in tears.

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  • Lindy's, the Broadway deli so famous for its cheesecakes that they get a mention in the classic New York musical Guys and Dolls, has published a recipe so rich in eggs it contains a whopping 7 yolks that it makes even Delia's version look light, although, given it's still faultlessly smooth, I suspect its denseness may be part of its "world-famous" appeal.

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  • It's classic Furst – elegantly written, faultlessly researched, full of lovely details such as the illicit rebetiko music in the clubs where Zannis goes to smoke hashish, and the Siemens teleprinter in his office.



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