Seamless meaning

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Perfectly consistent.

A seamless plot in the novel.

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Referring to the integration of hardware or software components in such a carefully designed and executed manner that they blend smoothly, without apparent discontinuities or disparities.
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Without interruption; coherent; as, a seamless transition.
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The definition of seamless is having no stitched lines or being smooth.

An example of seamless used as an adjective is the phrase seamless clothes which means clothes that do not have stitched together ends.

An example of seamless used as an adjective is the phrase a seamless transition which means an easy change.

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(not comparable) Having no seams.
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Having no seams.

Seamless stockings.

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Made without a seam or seams.
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Smooth in texture, quality, transition, etc.; without discontinuities or disparities.

A seamless blend of fact and fiction, a seamless adjustment to a new boss.

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Origin of seamless

  • seam +"Ž -less

    From Wiktionary