What is perfectly?

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

Some articles on perfectly:

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 fertile and ... 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 already, all juveniles ...
Mixing Patterns - Mixing Based On Discrete Characteristics
... 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 ...
The Art Of Cricket - Reviews
... a vast book which is quite deliberate from a man who could always perfectly convey his precise meaning and intentions with economy of words ... 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 ... in fact, that word is the only one which perfectly suits his purpose ...
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 ... it puts on decorative airs, but because it does its work beautifully, perfectly." ...
Hong–Ou–Mandel Effect - Quantum-mechanical Description - Experimental Signature
... will drop 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 ...

More definitions of "perfectly":

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

Famous quotes containing the word perfectly:

    The Miss America contest is ... the most perfectly rendered theater in our culture, for it so perfectly captures what we yearn for: a low-class ritual, a polished restatement of vulgarity, that wants to open the door to high-class respectability by way of plain middle-class anxiety and ambition.
    Gerald Early (b. 1952)

    He that has his chains knocked off, and the prison doors set open to him, is perfectly at liberty, because he may either go or stay, as he best likes; though his preference be determined to stay, by the darkness of the night, or illness of the weather, or want of other lodging. He ceases not to be free, though the desire of some convenience to be had there absolutely determines his preference, and makes him stay in his prison.
    John Locke (1632–1704)

    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)