Examples of inaccurate in a Sentence
he claimed that the TV ratings were inaccurate because they didn't take into account all those viewers in health clubs
the estimate is inaccurate, but will do for our purposes
Recent Examples of inaccurate from the Web
Some of the details of Quint's speech (including the date of the sinking) are inaccurate.
For the first time, candidates who file late or inaccurate reports will face civil fines.
What's good here is that some people have complained for years about having trouble removing inaccurate data from their credit reports.
The pocket closes down, creating an inaccurate throw.
His family thinks the test was inaccurate because Ellingson’s body wasn’t recovered from the water for more than 18 hours.
Lorde’s comparison of disability to negative situations or, rather, inconvenient ones, is inaccurate and harmful.
But, after the Tribune discovered the office hadn't fully implemented the new model, Berrios argued that the new model was inaccurate.
Spicer’s briefings have been must-see TV during the start of the Trump era, beginning with his fiery, inaccurate claim that journalists wrongly portrayed the size of Trump’s inauguration audience.
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First Known Use of inaccurate
INACCURATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inaccurate for English Language Learners
: not correct or exact : having a mistake or error : not accurate
INACCURATE Defined for Kids
Definition of inaccurate for Students
: not correct or exact He made inaccurate claims.
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