- fault ► NOUN 1) an unattractive or unsatisfactory feature; a defect or mistake. 2) responsibility for an accident or misfortune. 3) (in tennis) a service that infringes the rules. 4) Geology an extended break in a rock formation, marked by the relative displacement and discontinuity of strata.► VERB 1) criticize for inadequacy or mistakes. 2) (be faulted) Geology be broken by a fault or faults.● find fault — Cf. ↑find fault● to a fault — Cf. ↑to a faultDERIVATIVES faultless adjective faultlessly adverb.ORIGIN from Latin fallere 'deceive' .
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faultlessly — adv. Faultlessly is used with these verbs: ↑perform … Collocations dictionary
faultlessly — adverb without a fault; in a faultless manner he solved all the problems faultlessly • Derived from adjective: ↑faultless … Useful english dictionary
Faultlessly — Faultless Fault less, a. Without fault; not defective or imperfect; free from blemish; free from incorrectness, vice, or offense; perfect; as, a faultless poem. [1913 Webster] Whoever thinks a faultless piece to see, Thinks what ne er was, nor is … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
faultlessly — adverb see faultless … New Collegiate Dictionary
faultlessly — See faultless. * * * … Universalium
faultlessly — adverb In a faultless manner … Wiktionary
faultlessly — adj. blamelessly, without fault, perfectly … English contemporary dictionary
faultlessly — fault·less·ly … English syllables
faultlessly — See: faultless … English dictionary
faultless — faultlessly, adv. faultlessness, n. /fawlt lis/, adj. without fault, flaw, or defect; perfect. [1300 50; ME fautles. See FAULT, LESS] Syn. flawless, impeccable, exemplary, irreproachable. * * * … Universalium