Noun(1) the state or an instance of being imperfect
(1) He realized that there was usually a very small period of time between family perfection and family imperfection .(2) And I agree that we live and learn from our elders to a degree but what we are in fact is a mirror of their perfection and imperfection .(3) He is not aggressive, he doesn't scrub with fury; he simply and patiently removes every fleck, all evidence, of imperfection .(4) Every shot has been artistically approved, but you can have too much of a good thing, however tasteful, and perfection only counts when contrasted against imperfection .(5) He reminds me that the only true measure of perfection is normal imperfection that counterpoints it.(6) Like other fallen communities, it is now governed by chance and human imperfection .(7) It's a chewy and challenging look at masculinity today - how it plays out across age and ethnicity, through disability and perceived imperfection .(8) It took years of experimentation before the banks and the public made the system work smoothly - a classic example of how truly original inventions require a startup period of risk and imperfection .(9) Discovering blessing starts with accepting imperfection , both our own and other's.(10) So you think there's an underlying thing happening in society as a whole where we do not tolerate pain, imperfection or inadequacy because we're constantly upping the human ante?(11) Otherwise, all the test scores were excellent, without even the slightest imperfection .(12) It is touching that a man who seeks perfection in himself is so drawn to imperfection in others.(13) Its deliberate visual imperfection demonstrates clearly the intention of identification with the video autobiographies that have been widely produced and seen.(14) Age, taste, physical imperfection ├ö├ç┬¬ there are no barriers to joining the cross subcultural fraternity of body decorators.(15) Thus, is imperfection twice removed the only way out?(16) The act of translation itself implies imperfection and incompleteness.
1. defect ::
Different Formsimperfection, imperfections
English to Welsh Dictionary: imperfection
Meaning and definitions of imperfection, translation in Welsh language for imperfection with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of imperfection in Welsh and in English language.
Tags for the entry "imperfection"
What imperfection means in Welsh, imperfection meaning in Welsh, imperfection definition, examples and pronunciation of imperfection in Welsh language.