Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of perfect.
  • adjective that has been made perfect:

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

  • adjective (of plans, ideas, etc.) perfectly formed

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Examples

  • Though she didn't explain it, the way she used the word perfected theologically.

    One Person's Heaven

  • The word perfected in this scripture translates from the original meaning to be MATURE, so we will be matured through our sufferings just as Christ was matured through His.

    inJesus :: Online Community :: Last posted message

  • It’s a shame because the bleak and oppressive atmosphere that Silent Hill has perfected is rendered utterly redundant.

    Kings and Kings

  • Rather what she was saying is that it would be better and used the word perfected to make it clear that she didn’t believe that jews were bad now, just that they could be even better.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Ann Coulter, Christian Chauvinist:

  • In this sense, Christians can be called perfected Jews.

    One Person's Heaven

  • With an expression perfected from years of successful begging on the streets of the Windy City, he eyed Walker dubiously.

    Lost And Found

  • For that same reason, human science cannot discover God; for human science is but the backward undoing of the tapestry-web of God's science, works with its back to him, and is always leaving him -- his intent, that is, his perfected work -- behind it, always going farther and farther away from the point where his work culminates in revelation.

    Unspoken Sermons Series I., II., and II.

  • I think that it's important to note that the Obama administration is sending a clear signal that it is going to follow the safety first rhetoric that the Bush administration nearly perfected, that is the rhetoric that before we talk human rights, especially those of immigrants, we need to make sure we are protected from them.

    VivirLatino

  • I think that it's important to note that the Obama administration is sending a clear signal that it is going to follow the safety first rhetoric that the Bush administration nearly perfected, that is the rhetoric that before we talk human rights, especially those of immigrants, we need to make sure we are protected from them.

    VivirLatino

  • I think that it's important to note that the Obama administration is sending a clear signal that it is going to follow the safety first rhetoric that the Bush administration nearly perfected, that is the rhetoric that before we talk human rights, especially those of immigrants, we need to make sure we are protected from them.

    VivirLatino

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