Examples of inaccuracy in a Sentence
I pointed out the inaccuracy of his statement.
The text is filled with inaccuracies.
Recent Examples of inaccuracy from the Web
According to Bloomberg, Wray believes that said memo is full of inaccuracies, and paints a false narrative of the Bureau’s activities.
But fine, that’s the question Piers Morgan chose to ask Donald Trump for his first internationally broadcast interview, which aired over the weekend. Trump’s response was littered with factual inaccuracies that Morgan failed to correct.
Teachers alleged inaccuracies in a Gold Ribbon Award application that then-Principal Laura Canzone submitted to the California Department of Education in fall 2015, when she was known as Laura Sacks.
The other is the electoral roll, which suffers from multiple inaccuracies.
In true scales-of-justice fashion, Pirro balanced out some of that good by writing a memoir that got dinged for factual inaccuracies and for giving ammunition to defense attorneys in Durst’s pending murder trial.
And the president has actually stated there have been inaccuracies.
CBS News' Chip Reid asked Sanders about a factual inaccuracy in White House chief of staff and retired Marine Corps Gen. John Kelly's attack on Florida Democratic Rep. Frederica Wilson on Thursday.
But correcting the plaque’s historical inaccuracies isn’t enough to satisfy Fleischer.
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