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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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seamlessseam‧less /ˈsiːmləs/ adjective  1 CONTINUOUSdone or made so smoothly that you cannot tell where one thing stops and another begins the seamless integration of data, text, images, and sound2 DCCwithout any seams seamless stockingsseamlessly adverb
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seamlessIts products are more seamless and easier to work with because its compilers and operating system are factored into the design.Tabitha looked up at the colossal walls of seamless pink stone rising hundreds of metres overhead, disappearing up into the dark.But now, with customers expecting more, creating a seamless roaming environment and providing enhanced services will be the key.a seamless transition between musical pieces
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