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letter-perfect

[let-er-pur-fikt] /ˈlɛt ərˈpɜr fɪkt/
adjective
1.
knowing one's part, lesson, or the like, perfectly.
2.
precise or exact in every detail; verbatim.
Origin
1880-1885
1880-85
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Examples from the web for letter-perfect
  • The menu mixes letter-perfect traditional renditions with dishes that blend tradition with personal inspiration.
  • And whatever you do, stop obsessing over your letter-perfect filing system.
  • But a witness's statement need not be a letter-perfect replica of an earlier statement in order to be given credence.
British Dictionary definitions for letter-perfect

letter-perfect

adjective
1.
another term (esp in the US) for word-perfect

word-perfect

adjective
1.
correct in every detail
2.
(of a speech, part in a play, etc) memorized perfectly
3.
(of a speaker, actor, etc) knowing one's speech, role, etc, perfectly
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