Correct to the last detail; especially being in or following the exact words(adjective)
WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.
Use "word-perfect" in a sentence
"Lithe and animated, Gambino flies through more than an hour of word-perfect flows, climbing on the lighting desk, freestyling capably, going walkabout in the audience, and rapping so fiercely into one girl's camera you fear for the spittle in its circuits."
"And now, in just 143 word-perfect pages, he has written a biography of Branch Rickey."
"XX giving a word-perfect verbal commentary every 15 seconds, including the weather conditions, speed, location, nature of driving and details of any other road users."