“This is a perfect representation of the campaign: an old white man arguing with an imaginary Barack Obama,” he tweeted.
And so Gomez, who on paper—an ex-Navy SEAL turned venture capitalist—looks like the perfect Republican, jumped in.
perfect time for a nice little bipartisan hearing featuring the Internal Revenue Service.
The image on the cover of the book—soldiers staggered and enveloped in gray mist—is the perfect visual preview.
A day in the country in late May or early June when the temperature is perfect and everything is so green.
My dear Miss Pecksniffs, your pa is a perfect missionary of peace and love.'
Pericles had not visited his son since his return to perfect consciousness.
He made a beautiful 34 convalescence and a perfect recovery.
His senses breathed the air of her perfect and compelling femininity.
But to-day is perfect, and to-night will be fair with the moon at its full.
early 15c. alteration of Middle English parfit (c.1300), from Old French parfit "finished, completed, ready" (11c.), from Latin perfectus "completed, excellent, accomplished, exquisite," past participle of perficere "accomplish, finish, complete," from per- "completely" (see per) + facere "to perform" (see factitious). Often used in English as an intensive (perfect stranger, etc.).
"to bring to full development," late 14c., parfiten, from perfect (adj.). Related: Perfected; perfecting.