word-perfect

ADJECTIVE
  1. correct to the last detail; especially being in or following the exact words
    a letter-perfect rendition of the soliloquy
    she was word-perfect in her part
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How To Use word-perfect In A Sentence

  • I'm glad to say that I was word-perfect and that I enjoyed it.
  • By the evening of the performance, she was word-perfect.
  • Adams changes that to a simple ‘has’ and passes off his version as a word-perfect transcription.
  • His pitch is as word-perfect as it is practised.
  • Yet her word-perfect, positivity-enhanced sound bites couldn't conceal a fundamental aloofness.
  • Despite the difficulties of putting a performance together over the festive period, the cast was word-perfect on the first night, their comic timing spot-on and the production pacey.
  • He honed scripts until they were word-perfect and thwarted actors’ attempts to ad lib or modify the text.
  • Some of them are near-perfect embodiments of the genre which their near word-perfect amanuenses have bodied forth, but that perfection pushes them far away from literature itself … Zadie Smith, Mark Thwaite, Negativity and Whining for the New
  • He recited to them, till they were word-perfect, a music-hall ditty of the early 'eighties -- _Sur le bi, sur le banc, sur le bi du bout du banc_, and delighted them with dissertations on Mme. Yvette Guilbert's earlier repertoire. The Joyous Adventures of Aristide Pujol
  • Three minutes later, the unemployed man leaves with a word-perfect letter of complaint.
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