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perfect stranger/fool/angel etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishperfect stranger/fool/angel etcperfect stranger/fool/angel etcused to emphasize that someone has a particular quality completely syn complete, total I felt a perfect idiot. perfect
Examples from the Corpus
perfect stranger/fool/angel etcA year before he had, but that year had changed him, eliminated the sentiment and made him a perfect stranger.Again he was a person, no longer a perfect stranger.Asked to stand guard over good or treasure, they would good-naturedly hand everything over to a perfect stranger.I was then to ask what people thought about being smiled at by a perfect stranger.She turned into an expert at coaxing food and lodging invitations out of perfect strangers.Some oranges in a commune, like perfect strangers, dwell upon their own navels, untransformed.They put money on the table, too, perfect strangers expressing unmistakable monetary interest in the Tonelli Nation.
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