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
An almost religious intolerance for factual inaccuracy.
Apparently neither age nor inaccuracy has mellowed Gore’s penchant for the apocalyptic.
But Trump’s latest Twitter outburst is also full of inaccuracies.
Upon its arrival, avid 'Pac lovers trashed the movie for its inaccuracies.
McConville said inaccuracy in the reporting is just one part of credit scoring.
The only reason Heekin sent the draft was to ask both sides if there were any factual inaccuracies in his ruling because of the volume and complexity of the case.
Loehmann, who shot Rice, was fired for inaccuracies on his application form, Williams said.
Police say Loehmann was fired for inaccuracies on his job application.
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First Known Use of inaccuracy
INACCURACY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inaccuracy for English Language Learners
: lack of correctness or exactness : lack of accuracy
: a statement that is not correct : an error or mistake
INACCURACY Defined for Kids
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