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- n. The quality of being perfect; perfection.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality or state of being perfect; perfection.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character or state of being perfect or complete; perfection; completeness.
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The two strongest feelings of life clash; the bond of brotherly unity, in its perfectness, is broken for ever.
He's a very human guy and after watching the "perfectness" of Bush and others in politics these days who are just too perfect and not very human at all, he's refreshing to listen to.
Interesting response from Clay Shirky on the "perfectness" of brands.
But Wolf Larsen was the man-type, the masculine, and almost a god in his perfectness.
Ngurn made pilgrimage personally and gathered the smoke materials for the curing of Bassett's head, and to him made proud announcement and exhibition of the artistic perfectness of his intention when Bassett should be dead.
The thing was a cut jewel in its perfectness and color, and he acknowledged, although he had made it possible for her, that it was entirely her own creation — her one masterpiece.
A pitch perfect paradigm of total perfectness or it's shite, right?
Also Albanian immigrants tend to perfectness their Greek language, their kids attend Greek schools, and using their mother tongue less and less, so there is no way that there will be a significant accumulation of Albanian speakers in any part of Peloponissos up to now. stripofil
Neither Roman nor Arab, Greek nor Egyptian, Persian nor Mongol ever took himself and his own perfectness with such disconcerting seriousness as the modern white man.
When my guy co-workers want to talk about Katy Perry's boobs, I chime in about their logic defying perfectness.