The quality or condition of being imperfect.(noun)
Something imperfect; a defect or flaw. See Synonyms at blemish.(noun)
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Use "imperfection" in a sentence
"That doesn't mean that we revel in imperfection, as is the implication of The Times 'story - that we have no standards."
"It's true that, as you point out, one can also argue that imperfection is not proved."
"As far as I can tell, any self-tanner I tried was like taking an ink pen and making my every skin imperfection darker, thereby bringing more attention to it."