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all-perfect
[.] ALL-PER'FECT, a. Completely perfect; having all perfection.

1766

all-perfectness
[.] ALL-PER'FECTNESS, n. The perfection of the whole; entire perfection.

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imperfect
[.] IMPER'FECT, a. [L. imperfectus; in and perfectus, finished, perfect; perficio, to perfect; per and facio, to make.] [.] 1. Not finished; not complete. The work or design is imperfect. [.] 2. Defective; not entire, sound or whole; wanting a part; impaired. The ...

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imperfection
[.] IMPERFEC'TION, n. [L. imperfectio, supra.] [.] Defect; fault; the want of a part or of something necessary to complete a thing; equally applicable to physical or moral subjects. When fruit fails to come to maturity, and after it begins to decay, we denominate the defect, ...

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imperfectly
[.] IMPER'FECTLY, adv. In an imperfect manner or degree; not fully; not entirely; not completely; not in the best manner; not without fault or failure.

28366

imperfectness
[.] IMPER'FECTNESS, n. The state of being imperfect.

40279

perfect
[.] PER'FECT, a. [L. perfectus, perficio, to complete; per and facio, to do or make through, to carry to the end.] [.] 1. Finished; complete; consummate; not defective; having all that is requisite to its nature and kind; as a perfect statue; a perfect likeness; a perfect ...

40280

perfected
[.] PER'FECTED, pp. Finished; completed.

40281

perfecter
[.] PER'FECTER, n. One that makes perfect.

40282

perfectibility
[.] PERFECTIBIL'ITY, n. [from perfectible.] [.] The capacity of becoming or being made perfect.

40283

perfectible
[.] PERFECT'IBLE, a. Capable of becoming or being made perfect, or of arriving at the utmost perfection of the species.

40284

perfecting
[.] PER'FECTING, ppr. Finishing; completing; consummating.

40285

perfection
[.] PERFEC'TION, n. [L. perfectio.] The state of being perfect or complete, so that nothing requisite is wanting; as perfection in an art or science; perfection in a system of morals. [.] 1. Physical perfection, is when a natural object has all its powers, faculties ...

40286

perfectional
[.] PERFEC'TIONAL, a. Made complete.

40287

perfectionate
[.] PERFEC'TIONATE, used by Dryden and Tooke, in lieu of the verb to perfect, is a useless word.

40288

perfectionist
[.] PERFEC'TIONIST, n. One pretending to perfection; an enthusiast in religion.

40289

perfective
[.] PERFECT'IVE, a. Conducing to make perfect or bring to perfection; followed by of. [.] [.] Praise and adoration are actions perfective of the soul.

40290

perfectively
[.] PERFECT'IVELY, adv. In a manner that brings to perfection.

40291

perfectly
[.] PER'FECTLY, adv. In the highest degree of excellence. [.] 1. Totally; completely; as work perfectly executed or performed; a thing perfectly new. [.] 2. Exactly; accurately; as a proposition perfectly understood.

40292

perfectness
[.] PER'FECTNESS, n. Completeness; consummate excellence; perfection. [.] 1. The highest degree of goodness or holiness of which man is capable in this life. [.] [.] And above all things put on charity, which is the bond of perfectness. Col.3. [.] 2. Accurate ...

42717

preterimperfect
[.] PRETERIMPER'FECT, a. [beyond or beside unfinished.] In grammar, designating the tense which expresses action or being not perfectly past; an awkward epithet, very ill applied.

42729

preterperfect
[.] PRETERPER'FECT, a. [L. proeter and perfectus.] Literally, more than complete or finished; an epithet equivalent to preterit, applied to the tense of verbs which expresses action or being absolutely past. [Grammar.]

42730

preterpluperfect
[.] PRETERPLUPER'FECT, a. [L. proeter, beyond, plus, more, and perfectus, perfect.] Literally, beyond more than perfect; an epithet designating the tense of verbs which expresses action or being past prior to another past event or time; better denominated the prior past ...

59098

unperfect
[.] UNPER'FECT, a. Not perfect; not complete. [But the word now used is imperfect.]

59099

unperfected
[.] UNPER'FECTED, a. Not perfected; not completed.

59100

unperfectness
[.] UNPER'FECTNESS, n. Want of perfectness; incompleteness. [Imperfectness and imperfection are now used.]

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