Examples of exactitude in a Sentence
after its opening weekend, a movie's final box office gross can be estimated with considerable exactitude
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The exactitude of the amputations under the circumstances was striking.
Director Francesca Zambello’s production, first seen here in 2009, overlays the story with cunning exactitude on nearly two centuries of American history.
Kepesh’s autumnal lust is described with humiliating exactitude, a problem exacerbated, as in so many Mr. Roth books, by the presence of an apparently healthy and beautiful young woman.
This exactitude of sonic imagination is a quality the Takacs Quartet’s loyal audiences have come to expect from the group’s regular visits to town.
No one before him has analyzed the administration of the American dependencies on such a scale and with such exactitude.
Schnapp adopts Calvino’s five surviving topics wholesale: lightness, quickness, exactitude, visibility, and multiplicity.
What the show is really selling is the Chang attitude and mystique, a combination of ego, exactitude, foul-mouthed rebelliousness and self-deprecatory nerdiness.
Still another foursome processed Kurtag’s rigor with an exactitude almost frighteningly machinelike.
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: the quality or state of being accurate and correct
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