Perfectly

  • (adv): Completely and without qualification; used informally as intensifiers.
    Example: "A perfectly idiotic idea"; "you're perfectly right"
    Synonyms: absolutely, utterly, dead
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on perfectly:

The Art Of Cricket - Reviews
... which is quite deliberate from a man who could always perfectly convey his precise meaning and intentions with economy of words ... rhetoric of cricket coaching to produce a book that is able to be perfectly understood by pupil and teacher, a trait in modern-day coaching which does not necessarily apply ... second time on the heels of the first when, in fact, that word is the only one which perfectly suits his purpose ...
Hong–Ou–Mandel Effect - Quantum-mechanical Description - Experimental Signature
... to zero when the identical input photons overlap perfectly in time ... The minimum drops to zero when the two photons are perfectly identical in all properties ... When the two photons are perfectly distinguishable, the dip completely disappears ...
Ronald Ridout - Quotations
... They all have functional beauty, the beauty of functioning perfectly, the beauty of being perfectly suited to the job they have to do ... but because it does its work beautifully, perfectly." ...
Mixing Patterns - Mixing Based On Discrete Characteristics
... there's no assortative mixing, since in that case, and when the network is perfectly assortative ... If the network is perfectly disassortative, i.e ... This range for implies that a perfectly disassortative network is normally closer to a randomly mixed network than a perfectly assortative one is ...
Mauremys Pritchardi
... While it is not unusual for perfectly valid geoemydid species to arise from hybridization, recognition as a species would require that the hybrids are ... The hybrid offspring is perfectly fertile, which is not the case in Mauremys iversoni for example, another intergeneric hybrid, and has been bred in F2 ...

More definitions of "perfectly":

  • (adv): In a perfect or faultless way.
    Example: "She performed perfectly on the balance beam"; "spoke English perfectly"; "solved the problem perfectly"

Famous quotes containing the word perfectly:

    It is perfectly monstrous the way people go about nowadays saying things against one behind one’s back that are absolutely and entirely true.
    Oscar Wilde (1854–1900)

    We should desire very few things passionately if we did but perfectly know the nature of the things we desire.
    François, Duc De La Rochefoucauld (1613–1680)

    The sensation of seeing extremely fine women, with superb forms, perfectly unconscious of undress, and yet evidently aware of their beauty and dignity, is worth a week’s seasickness to experience.... To me the effect [of a Siva dance] was that of a dozen Rembrandts intensified into the most glowing beauty of life and motion.
    Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)