What is another word for faultless?

619 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ fˈɒltləs], [ fˈɒltləs], [ f_ˈɒ_l_t_l_ə_s]

Faultless is a word often used to describe something that is perfect, flawless, or without any errors. However, there are several synonyms for this term that can be utilized to add more variety to your writing. Some examples of synonyms for faultless include impeccable, spotless, unblemished, pristine, and flawless. Other synonyms that can be used in a similar context include faultlessly, irreproachable, exemplary, untarnished, and infallible. Using a variety of synonyms can help to make your writing more engaging and avoid repetition while still conveying the same idea or concept.

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What are the opposite words for faultless?

Faultless is an adjective that describes something or someone without any faults or defects. Some of the common antonyms for the word faultless include imperfect, flawed, deficient, faulty, blemished, and defective. Imperfect refers to something that is not perfect, lacking in some way or not completely finished. Flawed means having a defect, fault or error in its makeup, while deficient refers to something that is incomplete or not up to the required standard. Faulty describes something that is unreliable, defective, or not functioning properly. Blemished refers to something with a mark or flaw, while defective means that something is not functioning correctly or not up to the required standard.

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Usage examples for Faultless

He even forgot that he was clothed in rags, and wore them as if they were the faultless garments of a prince.
"The Eye of Dread"
Payne Erskine
I left in such entranced good humour with the world that I forgot to change my clothes before reporting at the factory; and so it happened that the superintendent of the first night-shift performed his duties in what my tailor had informed me were "faultless" evening clothes.
"I Walked in Arden"
Jack Crawford
Caponsacchi has not been faultless.
"A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)"
Mrs. Sutherland Orr

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