comparative and superlative forms of the adjective 'perfect'

Please,let me know the comparative and superlative forms of the adjective 'perfect’and oblige.
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Hi Akram,

More perfect than …

The most perfect …

‘Oblige’ is a verb. The adjective is ‘obliging’ and the two forms are: more obliging and the most obliging.


If something is perfect, how can you improve on it?

I suppose you could say ‘more perfect’ and ‘most perfect’, but it really makes no sense. If it’s perfect, it can’t be improved upon. Either it’s perfect, or it’s not. It’s an absolute.

Of course that’s logically correct but it wouldn’t be unheard of to say: I couldn’t think of anything more perfect/That was the end of the most perfect day in my life.


Oh yes, I hear it all the time, (primarily by teenage girls) and I grit my teeth at the inherently syrupy, sappy nature of such glurge.

Like reading a Hallmark card drenched in honey, dusted with sugar.

Thank you Mr Alan for the reply.However,I still have doubt as to whichone is grammatically right and acceptable? Please help.
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