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noun 
  1. a perfect standard of beauty, intellect, etc., or a standard of excellence.
  2. (algebra) A subring closed under multiplication by its containing ring.
  3. (mathematics) In order theory, a special subset of a partially ordered set.
  4. an unattainable state/process in a given time/space but endlessly approachable.
adjective 
  1. being optimal or relating to the best option for something.
  2. being perfect, having no flaws or defects.
  3. being something that exists only in the mind; CONCEPTUAL, ideational, IDEATIONAL,
Life and death appeared to me ideal bounds
:" Wikipedia:Mary W. Shelley, Mary W. Shelley

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