perfect (adj.) Old form(s): perfit
complete, flawless, unblemished
Per V.i.207[Pericles to Marina] in the rest you said / Thou hast been godlike perfect [also: perfectly informed]
Tem III.i.47[Ferdinand to Miranda] O you, / So perfect and so peerless
TG IV.ii.120[Proteus to Silvia] the substance of your perfect self / Is else devoted
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