Assuming it's possible for someone to be absolutely perfect, can we get an idea of what is socially considered "perfect" (in a manner or way that could not be better) through linguistics?
For example, the following phrases seem quite common: "perfectly elegant" "perfectly willing" "perfectly flexible"
All of these phrases can be used in the context of "in a manner or way that could not be better."
But instead of saying "perfectly powerful," the following phrase is more common: "absolutely powerful"
Does that mean power is never perfect? And if the phrase "perfectly powerful" is never used, does that mean the general public thinks power isn't a positive trait?
P.S. Can you complete the list of traits socially considered to be necessary for absolute perfection and the list of traits that aren't necessary?