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inaccuracy

inaccuracy

noun in·ac·cu·ra·cy \(ˌ)i-ˈna-kyə-rə-sē, -k(ə-)rə-sē\

: lack of correctness or exactness : lack of accuracy

: a statement that is not correct : an error or mistake

plural in·ac·cu·ra·cies

Full Definition of INACCURACY

1
:  the quality or state of being inaccurate
2
:  mistake, error

Examples of INACCURACY

  1. I pointed out the inaccuracy of his statement.
  2. The text is filled with inaccuracies.

First Known Use of INACCURACY

circa 1755

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