Absolute and Flawed


Absolute adjective - Being entirely without fault or flaw.
Usage example: a formal living room decorated with absolute taste

Flawed is an antonym for absolute in topics: certain, excellent, without limit, in control or complete authority.


Flawed adjective - Having a fault.

Absolute is an antonym for flawed.

Nearby Word: flaw

Both words in one sentence

  • Bartlet sees this as an absolute wrong, but flawed evidence gathering prevents them from putting him on trial, and Leo convinces him that it's the only way to prevent future terrorist attacks.
  • Just For Fun / Equestria But while it may be an absolute monarchy in nature, Princess Celestia has stated that she is not utterly opposed to democracy; she doesn't see Democracy as bad, but simply as flawed, and as a rather theoretical affair.
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