free from mistake

See: infallible
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Finally, in the 14th minute they managed to put together a series of phases free from mistakes that allowed second-row Ben Thomas to crash over for the opening try of the game, outside-half James Thomas converting.
They expecte school curricula to be free from mistakes or improper subjects, after the new minister issued a directive to avoid unsuitable subjects.
Perfection Since our Creator is All-Perfect, His Revelation must also be perfect and accurate, free from mistakes, omissions, interpolations and multiplicity of versions.
1 : free from mistakes : accurate <the correct answer>