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    picture-perfect what does it mean? Can you use this phrase to make a sentence ? Thx a million

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    Re: picture-perfect

    "Picture perfect" means that the subject or scenery or situation is so absolutely idyllic that it could be painted as a portrait, or would make the perfect snapshot for the family album. If you step outside one morning and the sky is blue, not a cloud in sight, the weather is warm but not hot or humid, and the flies and mosquitoes seem to be on vacation, you might say "What a picture perfect day for a picnic!"

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