Johnny Carson perfected it, and passed it down to Jon Stewart.
He says he has perfected the method to reduce the risk of falling ill.
The Cloud Atlas star has perfected the art of the Web sensation.
She has also perfected the Duchess' mannerisms, how she stands - and even how she talks to William.
Not even in Paris will you find such gorgeous women who have perfected the art of looking hopelessly bored.
His most recent work was done with a potassium cell with walls of fused quartz, perfected after many trial attempts.
These portraits are far removed, indeed, from the perfected woman that is to be.
For they had, at every opportunity afforded them, talked over and perfected a plan of escape.
She splashed somewhat wildly, for her stroke was not yet perfected by practice.
If so, how were they to be dislodged before their work was perfected?
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.