"Oh, but he's letter-perfect," murmured Edith in admiration.
Bobby was 159 letter-perfect in her part, if she did have a damaged wing, as she said.
At school I have known her to sit up all night to make sure that she would be letter-perfect in her lessons the following morning.
It is remembered that of all the gay company she was the only one who was letter-perfect in her part.
So letter-perfect was he in his lines that a layman might have scouted his realization of the enormousness of his responsibility.
Keg was a good dresser, but I never saw him quite as letter-perfect and wholly immaculate as he was just then.
He thought with slow surprise that she was not yet letter-perfect in her rle of the material triumphant over the spiritual.
He said you were letter-perfect in the part, anyway, and it was the others who really needed the rehearsing.
I was pleased with the way the piece was read, and they said they would be letter-perfect in three days.
Helen was letter-perfect; not once did she fluff her lines or miss a bit of stage business.