faultless faultless


  • (adj) without fault or error



  1. For the first time in what had been a near faultless campaign to reach the White House, the candidate had stumbled badly.
  2. But among surfers, the country is celebrated for its faultless point breaks and, when the winds pick up, some world-class tubes.
  3. Even in his heyday, Rove was never as faultless a political mastermind as his reputation suggested.


  • AC Milan Transfer News: Latest Offseason Rumours for the Rossoneri

    As Juventus cantered to the title, those left  trailing  in their wake were left with one standout thought to mull over as they take to the beaches of Capri, Sardinia and Sicily:  Investment is needed if they are to compete with the Turin giants. Whilst the Bianconeri's season was not as faultless as their unbeaten title vanquish of the previous campaign, Serie A chairmen the length and breadth ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report


  1. "Jens had a faultless performance," said Wenger, who has fielded Manuel Almunia instead. "I wish that he stays but we will learn whether or not he wants to in the days to come. He showed what a great professional he is. It is sad if he wants...
    on Jan 6, 2008 By: Arsene Wenger Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "It was faultless," Dennis told reporters. "It's his discipline that makes him so good. Even with the most experienced people in Formula One, the most difficult place to be is leading a race because that's where a mistake can cost you so...
    on Mar 16, 2008 By: Ron Dennis Source: TVNZ

  3. Villa said: "Iker, as always, was faultless. We know just how many times he's come to our rescue and how many times he'll do so in the future."
    on Jul 4, 2010 By: David Villa Source: Sportinglife.com

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