faultlessly faultlessly


  • (adv) without a fault; in a faultless manner


  • But the film is keyed to Posey's performance: perfectly brittle, faultlessly false.


  • Things That Make You Go Hmmm... Like The Year That 'Weak' Worked

    Throughout 2013, the distortions created by intervention in once-free markets have left many scratching their heads. The interventions have worked - almost faultlessly - but for them to do so has required the suspension of one belief system (economic reality) and the adoption of another - namely, that everything will be OK because ... well, just because. Can the fantasy persist into 2014? Sadly ...
    on January 2, 2014     Source: Zero Hedge


  1. "The car ran faultlessly and was pretty comfortable so [we're] looking forward to tomorrow," Webber said.
    on Jun 25, 2010 By: Mark Webber Source: ABC Online

  2. Dennis said last night: "It was a text-book race from him. He didn't put a foot wrong. He drove the car faultlessly. He didn't have anything gifted to him. He won the race from start to finish. And that is a special win."
    on Jun 10, 2007 By: Ron Dennis Source: The Observer Blog (blog)

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