Definition of imperfection:
blemish (part of speech: noun)
- impurity (part of speech: noun)
- shortage (part of speech: noun)
- imperfection (part of speech: noun)
It is seen, however, at once, that the conclusion does amount to a practical certainty after a sufficient number of instances, and that the method, therefore, is not radically vitiated by the characteristic imperfection.- "A System Of Logic, Ratiocinative And Inductive (Vol. 1 of 2)", John Stuart Mill.
You may therefore speak with freedom, for the evil things that we tell of men and women are not uttered to shame those that are spoken of in the story, but to take away all trust in created beings, by revealing the trouble to which these are liable, and this to the end that we may fix and rest our hope on Him alone who is perfect, and without whom every man is only imperfection."- "The Tales Of The Heptameron, Vol. IV. (of V.)", Margaret, Queen Of Navarre.
- "The Ordinance of Covenanting", John Cunningham.