What is the synonym for perfectly?

altogether. completely. exclusively. fully. hook, line, and sinker.

Is there a word better than perfect?

Perfect Synonyms – WordHippo Thesaurus.

What is another word for perfect?

What is perfect example synonym?

paragon. perfect model. perfect type. perfection. person to look up to.

What’s a word that’s more than perfect?

The word pluperfect comes from the Latin phrase plus quam perfectum, “more than perfect.” The Latin perfect tense refers to the past, while the pluperfect references “more than past.” Definitions of pluperfect.

What is close to perfect?

What is another word for close to perfect?
near perfectall but perfect
almost perfectas good as perfect
nigh on perfectnot far from perfect

How do you say perfect?

What’s a fancy word for complete?


1 unbroken, unimpaired, undivided. 3 developed. 11 consummate, perfect, accomplish, achieve. 13 terminate, conclude, close.

What is a perfect person called?

paragon. noun. formal someone who is perfect or who is the best possible example of a particular quality.

Will be perfect or would be perfect?

Senior Member. Both are possible, Learnathon. There is a difference: the difference is that between “If you do that, it will be perfect” and “If you did that, it would be perfect”. The second is more hesitant – and thus more “polite” – than the first.

What is a word better than fantastic?

Fantastic Synonyms – WordHippo Thesaurus.

What is another word for fantastic?

What do you call a person who wants everything perfect?

A perfectionist is someone with very high standards: they want everything to be just right at all times. You know how perfect things are flawless? A perfectionist wants things to be like that all the time.

What do you call someone who thinks they’re perfect?

One of the most common words to describe someone who thinks they are better than someone else is arrogant. Another very common word to describe such a person is proud.

What is the true meaning of quintessential?

Definition of quintessential

(Entry 1 of 2) : perfectly typical or representative of a particular kind of person or thing Jerry’s your quintessential streetwise New Yorker …— Kai Wright This is the quintessential Los Angeles restaurant, casual but never frumpy, lively but not overheated …—

What is the best desire called?

Self-actualization is at the top of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. This need refers to the desire to reach our full potential.

What do you call someone who is superior?

conceited, egocentric, egoistic. (also egoistical), egotistic.