Definitions

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  • noun The state or quality of being seamless

Etymologies

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seamless +‎ -ness

Examples

  • The resulting video does boast a kind of seamlessness, and it is perhaps this quality ­-of continuous unfolding-that makes it resonate as an apt depiction of a contemporary notion of time as described by Timothy Murray.

    AIGA: Voice: AIGA Journal of Design

  • More "seamlessness" is emerging among social networking and media-sharing applications.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Web 2.0

  • The resulting console doesn't look like swoopy CAD seamlessness; rather, it's pure rococo, as if Super Mario were lumbering through an 18th-century French drawing room.

    Design of the Digital Age

  • While I don't have any one big specific tasting note on these wines, I feel that both reds had a seamlessness that points to meticulous sorting of grapes and blending of wines in the cellar.

    Bryan Calandrelli

  • The seamlessness of ablution crawling through a hedge of boxwood.

    The Perfume Of Wisdom

  • (I was going to say, “mix”, but that implies a seamlessness, and I have not (yet) seen that.)

    A Death in the Family « Unknowing

  • While I don't have any one big specific tasting note on these wines, I feel that both reds had a seamlessness that points to meticulous sorting of grapes and blending of wines in the cellar.

    Niagara Escarpment Wines

  • The seamlessness of this trio of experiences was marked by the complete blurring of the conventional role of management, staff and chefs—or, put more simply, the front and back of the house.

    Noma's Spectrum of Flavors

  • As O'Donohue says, There is a place in you, still, where there is a seamlessness and tranquility.

    Shelly R. Fredman: A Place Called Hope

  • "Lacks the seamlessness of Parker's best plotting, but indomitable Charlie is, as always, irresistible."

    Iron River by T. Jefferson Parker: Book summary

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