I am a recent Ph.D. graduate applying to postdoc positions, and I am a bit uneasy about the small number of publications I have worked on. However, the main paper I worked on during my Ph.D. was accepted by a reputable journal with no requested changes from the anonymous peer reviewer (which my advisor said is nearly unheard of for this journal). Is it reasonable for me to say "accepted without revisions" or "passed peer review without revisions" when listing it on my CV? Also, would it be appropriate to mention this anywhere else, e.g., a cover letter or research statement? It is a long paper, and I'm one of just two authors, so I feel that this might look impressive and help mitigate not having many other publications.
On the other hand, I wonder if it would come off as weird, unusual, or off-putting. There is also no way for the reader to verify the claim.
I should add that it was the anonymous peer reviewer who had no revisions, and recommended the article for publication without any changes. The journal editors did ask us to make small revisions to the formatting.