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Spell check of flawless

Correct spelling: flawless

Synonyms:
discriminating, mincing, Epicurean, fastidious, unspoiled, critical, demanding, undamaged, diligent, perfect, unflawed, dainty, clear, picture-book, priggish, scrupulous, rigorous, correct, acme, unmarked, irreproachable, hypercritical, perspicacious, exacting, faultless, squeamish, delicate, choosy, letter-perfect, literal, punctilious, picture-perfect, impeccable, immaculate, fussy, particular, complete, indefectible, uninjured, absolute, discerning, seamless, careful, finicky, thrive, qualmish, ultimate, unharmed, prim, unmarred, intact, ideal, consummate, beautiful, accurate, proper, persnickety, meticulous, methodical, precise, unhurt, entire, severe, picky, prudish, unimpaired, unbroken, unblemished, good, conscientious, whole, sound.

Antonyms:
amiss, unpolished, atrocious, inaccurate, spoiled, misshapen, wrong, defective, blemished, wanting, malformed, faulty, imperfect, inadequate, disfigured, reproachable, fallible, inexact, unfinished, incorrect, injured, imprecise, broken, defaced, execrable, deficient, incomplete, bad, vitiated, censurable, marred, wretched, damaged, insufficient, impaired, blighted, flawed.

Examples of usage:

1) In hardness it seems to be of about the same texture as the emerald, and when a clear, flawless specimen is obtained, it is valued almost as highly as that rare and beautiful gem. - "Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia", Maturin M. Ballou.

2) I nodded, for her latter argument was flawless. - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

3) Whatever the mistakes of Eigener's career, the restoration of the Solothurn Madonna was a flawless achievement for himself and his associates. - "Holbein", Beatrice Fortescue.

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