Imperfect and Total


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Imperfect adjective – Having a fault.
Total is an antonym for imperfect.
Nearby Words: imperfection, imperfectly
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Total adjective – Not lacking any part or member that properly belongs to it.
Usage example: gave us a total rundown of the events

Imperfect is an antonym for total in complete topic.
Nearby Words: totaled, tot, totality, totaling, totalled
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score imperfect score total score
characters imperfect characters total characters

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  • Literature / Moby-Dick Ahab's anger, as the author put it, is the sum total of all of the anger of humanity going back to when Adam was kicked out of the Garden of Eden, anger at an imperfect world in which bad things can happen.
  • Karma Meter However, Virtues and Vices aren't mutually exclusive, they're just how often you've acted in accord with one or the other, and so your Soul Point total is an imperfect reflection of morality, especially since you can steal Soul Points from others.
    Source: Karma Meter
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