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absolute pitch the ability to sing or recognize the pitch of any tone heard; perfect pitch. [1/2 definitions]
apotheosis a perfect or ideal example; epitome. [1/2 definitions]
aspect in grammar, a category of verb inflections, such as past perfect and past progressive, that indicate whether an action or state is ended or continues, is singular or repeated, and the like. [1/5 definitions]
beau ideal the concept or ideal of perfect beauty. [1/2 definitions]
bliss religious ecstasy; perfect enlightenment. [1/2 definitions]
center of gravity that point in or near a body or mass about which all of its parts are in perfect balance.
cocksure absolutely sure; having perfect confidence. [1/2 definitions]
complement something that makes a fine accompaniment to something else, makes it complete or perfect, or creates a perfect balance for it. [2/7 definitions]
consummate perfect; complete. [1/5 definitions]
crown the highest quality, finest attribute, or most perfect state of anything. [1/21 definitions]
eidetic pertaining to or designating the ability to recall images in almost perfect detail.
elixir the quintessence, underlying principle, or perfect embodiment of something. [1/4 definitions]
Elysium any place or condition of perfect happiness; paradise. [1/2 definitions]
fare-thee-well the highest or most perfect degree.
hone to make more effective or adept; perfect. [1/5 definitions]
ideal an idea of something in its perfect form or essence. [1/6 definitions]
image a nearly perfect embodiment. [1/9 definitions]
impeccable flawless or blameless; perfect. [1/2 definitions]
imperfect not perfect or complete; having defects or shortcomings. [1/5 definitions]
mature to work out or think out completely; perfect. [1/9 definitions]
ontological argument an a priori argument for the existence of God that asserts that existence is a perfection and that God is the most perfect being, and therefore that God must exist.