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- n. The act of bringing to perfection.
- n. The state of having attained perfection.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of bringing to perfection, or the state of having attained to perfection.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of making perfect, or the state of being perfect.
The very fulfillment and perfectionment attainable by souls cannot but be different.
Intuition, in the final finish and perfectionment of the Integral Speech of Mankind, the Artistic.
We may suppose, rather, that the influence upon family life will be in the direction of its perfectionment.
At length he went so far as to maintain that the Cabala was not so much a branch of mathematics as the metaphysical perfectionment of mathematics.
Mr Verloc did not trouble his head about it, his mission in life being the protection of the social mechanism, not its perfectionment or even its criticism.
Self-perfectionment is the means of salvation, not the vicarious sufferings of a Redeemer.
a perfectionment of the Authentic Being, though in the truth it is a diminution; the produced thing is deficient by the very addition, by being less simplex, by standing one step away from the Authentic.