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pərˈfɛk ʃənper·fec·tion

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. perfection, flawlessness, ne plus ultranoun

    the state of being without a flaw or defect

  2. paragon, idol, perfection, beau idealnoun

    an ideal instance; a perfect embodiment of a concept

  3. perfectionnoun

    the act of making something perfect

Wiktionary

  1. perfectionnoun

    The quality or state of being perfect or complete, so that nothing requisite is wanting; entire development; consummate culture, skill, or moral excellence; the highest attainable state or degree of excellence; maturity; as, perfection in an art, in a science, or in a system; perfection in form or degree; fruits in perfection.

  2. perfectionnoun

    A quality, endowment, or acquirement completely excellent; an ideal; faultlessness; especially, the divine attribute of complete excellence.

    What tongue can her perfections tell? -

  3. perfectionnoun

    To perfection, in the highest degree of excellence; perfectly; as, to imitate a model to perfection.

Wikipedia

  1. Perfection

    Perfection is a state, variously, of completeness, flawlessness, or supreme excellence. The term is used to designate a range of diverse, if often kindred, concepts. These have historically been addressed in a number of discrete disciplines, notably mathematics, physics, chemistry, ethics, aesthetics, ontology, and theology.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Perfectionnoun

    the quality or state of being perfect or complete, so that nothing requisite is wanting; entire development; consummate culture, skill, or moral excellence; the highest attainable state or degree of excellence; maturity; as, perfection in an art, in a science, or in a system; perfection in form or degree; fruits in perfection

    Etymology: [F. perfection, L. perfectio.]

  2. Perfectionnoun

    a quality, endowment, or acquirement completely excellent; an ideal faultlessness; especially, the divine attribute of complete excellence

    Etymology: [F. perfection, L. perfectio.]

  3. Perfectionverb

    to perfect

    Etymology: [F. perfection, L. perfectio.]

Freebase

  1. Perfection

    Perfection is, broadly, a state of completeness and flawlessness. The term "perfection" is actually used to designate a range of diverse, if often kindred, concepts. These concepts have historically been addressed in a number of discrete disciplines, notably mathematics, physics, chemistry, ethics, aesthetics, ontology, and theology.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of perfection in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of perfection in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of perfection in a Sentence

  1. Deodatta V. Shenai-Khatkhate:

    A Beautiful and Perfect thing is neither Beautiful nor Perfect at its outset. Beauty & Perfection are attained with enormous Efforts and extraordinary Endurance over time. Only after withstanding tremondous pressure and scorching heat for countless years, a Coal is able to transform into a beautiful sparkling Diamond. Always strive to be that dazzling Diamond, and never settle for anything less in Life.

  2. Greg Clowminzer:

    Perfection is my willingness to be less than perfect

  3. Brooks Atkinson:

    The humorous man recognizes that absolute purity, absolute justice, absolute logic and perfection are beyond human achievement and that men have been able to live happily for thousands of years in a state of genial frailty.

  4. Taylor Pennington:

    Perfection is an adjective, not a state of being.

  5. Michelangelo Buonarroti:

    The true work of art is but a shadow of the divine perfection.

Images & Illustrations of perfection

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