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
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In April of this year, the state posted high school graduation rates late on a Friday afternoon just prior to a three-day weekend (Confederate Memorial Day) and then had to pull down that data after it was found to be inaccurate.
Last year, after inaccurate reports about alleged abuse at a local daycare, Villarreal was sued for defamation and ordered to pay $300,000.
Earlier, the Ethics Commission contended parts of Schimel's report on the leak investigation were inaccurate.
Labeling the Cuban newcomers as apolitical also is inaccurate, Acosta says.
Secondary: Rookie cornerback Marlon Humphrey had another strong game, but did get some help from Browns quarterback DeShone Kizer, who was inaccurate.
His family thinks the test was inaccurate because Ellingson’s body wasn’t recovered from the water for more than 18 hours.
Incomplete and/or inaccurate entries and entries not complying with all rules are subject to disqualification.
Tabloids on both sides of the Atlantic have reported that Meghan grew up in a rough part of southern California; Samantha said on the TLC special that those stories are 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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