His day watching the perfection of Federer on center court inspired Wimbledon Dreams.
The microscopic attention paid to her stumbles likely has much to do with that impossible yardstick of perfection.
Your plans should not assume that your children will manage the perfection you can't.
The big difference: no one else on the tour has made $1 billion based on a reputation of perfection.
When you do something, you do it to perfection, so yes, you're a terrific cook.
She adores him, but her standard of perfection is so exalted few can attain it.
Her costume had about it an indubitable air, a finality of perfection in its kind.
At twelve years of age this young marvel danced enchantingly, rode like a riding-master, and fenced to perfection.
Unless it be to think that she is by And feed upon the shadow of perfection.
The same was the case with John Sebastian, but both in a much higher degree of perfection.
early 13c., from Old French perfection "perfection, completeness" (12c.), from Latin perfectionem (nominative perfectio) "a finishing, compling, perfection," noun of action from past participle stem of perficere (see perfect (adj.)).