Flaw and Paragon

Flaw

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Flaw noun – Something that spoils the appearance or completeness of a thing.
Paragon is an antonym for flaw.
Nearby Words: flawed, flawless, flawlessly
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Paragon

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Paragon noun – Someone of such unequaled perfection as to deserve imitation.
Flaw is an antonym for paragon in outstanding example topic.
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How words are described

physical physical flaw physical paragon
true true flaw true paragon
actual actual flaw actual paragon
tragic tragic flaw tragic paragon
Other adjectives: moral, new, minor, greatest, aforementioned, biggest.

Both words in one sentence

  • Pride Even Clark isn't exempt from this, with his pride in being The Paragon frequently colouring his decisions and serving as his fatal flaw.
    Source: Pride
  • Film / Snatch. Informed Flaw: Doug's view of Bullet-Tooth Tony as 'a liability' doesn't seem entirely fair, since he's pretty much a paragon of efficient, understated badassery throughout the film.
  • If they're all evil, this makes the foreground character a White Sheep; if they're not that bad really, the hostility becomes a significant character flaw — which may just be a way for the author to save the foreground character from being too much of a paragon.
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