Perfectly consistent: a seamless plot in the novel. (adjective)
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Use "seamless" in a sentence
"Arguably Apple got there first with the iPhone and AppStore, and yet the iPhone still needs iTunes running on a computer to make the experience seamless, and iTunes is definitely not what I call a seamless user experience."
"I can run in seamless mode and fusion automatically shares folders ..."
"The third was written more than 30 years later ... but with light editing they fitted together in seamless fashion."