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Definition of "flaws" []

  • An imperfection, defect, or blemish (noun)
  • A crack, breach, or rift (noun)
  • An invalidating fault or defect in a document or proceeding (noun)
  • To make or become blemished, defective, or imperfect (verb)
  • Plural form of flaw. (noun)

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Use "flaws" in a sentence
  • "Another aspect of her and her flaws is the most of her flaws are the vices of her virtues."
  • "The 13 claim the court had no jurisdiction over them due to what they described as flaws in the Constitution-making process."
  • "The 13 claimed the court had no jurisdiction over them due to what they described as flaws in the Constitution-making process."