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
School level staff are not identified or not equipped to implement the program, Pruitt wrote, and there were inaccuracies identified in reporting and documentation.
Many sentences are calculated, in part, by hand by corrections staff, leading to a greater potential for inaccuracy, according to the auditor.
Tomorrow there will be more and different reporting, highlighting inaccuracies, including photos of several of the accusers in very friendly poses with Harvey after his alleged misconduct.
In addition to making White and the chief seem more evenly matched, the new seal corrects a number of historical inaccuracies, like the style of the chief’s headdress.
Mail on Sunday was subsequently ordered to prominently display the inaccuracies above the article itself.
Some critics praised Hall and Eastwood for their portrait of Kyle as a soldier who couldn't bring himself to rejoin the civilian population, though the movie was attacked from both the left and the right for its inaccuracies.
However, the most recent star to take issue with the inaccuracy of the game, is Juventus' Sami Khedira whose gripe was more superficial.
He was granted one of the few interviews with the victim’s family, but his account of the crime offered little more information than others’ had — and far more inaccuracies, according to the police and the county prosecutor.
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First Known Use of inaccuracy
Synonymsblunder, bobble, boob [British], boo-boo, brick, clanger [British], clinker, fault, flub, fluff, fumble, gaff, gaffe, goof, error, lapse, miscue, misstep, mistake, oversight, screwup, slip, slipup, stumble, trip
Related Wordsbloomer, blooper, boner, howler, pratfall; foul-up, snafu; misapprehension, miscalculation, miscomprehension, misconception, misconstruction, miscue, misdescription, misimpression, misinterpretation, misjudgment, misreading, misstatement, misunderstanding
Near Antonymsaccuracy, correctness, exactitude, exactness, preciseness, precision, strictness; inerrancy, infallibility, perfection
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