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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishword-perfectˌword-ˈperfect adjective British English  REMEMBERable to remember and say every word of something correctly She rehearsed her speech until she was word-perfect.
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word-perfectBurton arrived at the first rehearsal word-perfect and with the part already sewn on him like a skin.She was word-perfect in the part she had to play; knew she could perform without betraying her nervousness.
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