What is another word for perfectly?

Pronunciation: [pˈɜːfɛktlˌɪ] (IPA)

The word "perfectly" is often used to describe something that is without flaws or errors. However, there are several synonyms that can be used to convey the same meaning. One term that can be used is "flawlessly", which suggests that something has been executed without any mistakes or imperfections. Another synonym is "excellently", which conveys a high level of quality or skill. "Impeccably" is also a similar term that suggests a level of perfection in appearance or behavior. Other potential synonyms for "perfectly" include "seamlessly", "immaculately", and "precisely". Overall, there are numerous ways to express the concept of perfection, depending on the context and the desired level of emphasis.

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What are the hypernyms for Perfectly?

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What are the opposite words for perfectly?

Perfectly is an adverb that expresses a state of completeness or without any flaws. The antonyms for perfectly include words like imperfectly, poorly, defectively, partially, inadequately, roughly, inadeptly, incorrectly, unsatisfactory, unsuccessfully, unsuccessfully, roughly, and incompletely. Imperfectly is a word that suggests some errors or faults in execution. Poorly implies that something is not up to the mark and lacking in quality. Defectively suggests a significant flaw or imperfection. Similarly, inadequately means not up to the required quality or quantity. Roughly and inadeptly imply a lack of skill or aptitude. Incorrectly is used to indicate an error in judgment, thinking or execution. Unsuccessfully implies a lack of achievement.

Usage examples for Perfectly

The process by which they verified the miracle and connected the cure with the word of Jesus was simple, but perfectly satisfactory.
"The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I"
Marcus Dods
Oh, I remember you perfectly.
"Marjorie Dean High School Freshman"
Pauline Lester
Miss Dean, are you perfectly sure of what you say?
"Marjorie Dean High School Freshman"
Pauline Lester

Famous quotes with Perfectly

  • To be perfectly just is an attribute of the divine nature; to be so to the utmost of our abilities, is the glory of man.
    Joseph Addison
  • The relative property of the Son is to be begotten, that is, so to proceed from the Father as to be a participant of the same essence and perfectly carry on the Father's nature.
    William Ames
  • I wrote the first book, Harvest of Stars, and as I was writing it, I saw that certain implications had barely been touched on... It's perfectly obvious that two completely revolutionary things are going on, with cybernetics, and biological science.
    Poul Anderson
  • I suffer much less than many of my colleagues. I am perfectly able to go to Australia and film within three hours of arrival.
    David Attenborough
  • A neurotic can perfectly well be a literary genius, but his greatest danger is always that he will not recognize when he is dull.
    Louis Auchincloss

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