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
On Sunday, Carolina was lucky Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston was inaccurate in getting the ball downfield in this situation, misfiring on multiple touchdown opportunities.
Suharto's government produced a crude, wildly inaccurate propaganda film depicting Communists torturing and killing military officers while communist women perform a wild dance.
Your characterisation of the 1787 constitutional convention was also partly inaccurate.
But any claim that stock market gains directly wipe out national debt is simply inaccurate.
And on Facebook, a search for articles about Geary Danley promoted seven links leading to inaccurate stories about him.
Blockers again did not get enough push, Moore was generally inaccurate, receivers had trouble getting open, backs didn't get through what holes there were.
Wealthy whites were also the most inaccurate in estimating racial economic equality in the present.
But research has suggested that these apps are often inaccurate.
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First Known Use of inaccurate
Synonymserroneous, false, incorrect, inexact, invalid, off, unsound, untrue, untruthful, wrong
Antonymsaccurate, correct, errorless, exact, factual, precise, proper, right, sound, true, valid, veracious
Related Wordscounterfactual; specious, spurious; deceptive, delusive, delusory, distorted, fallacious, fictitious, illusory, misleading; amiss, askew, awry; deceitful, dishonest, fraudulent, lying, mendacious; unconfirmed, unproven, untested; fabricated, invented, made-up, trumped-up
Near Antonymsconfirmed, demonstrated, established, proven, tested; faultless, flawless, impeccable, letter-perfect, perfect
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