inexactitude


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in·ex·act·i·tude

 (ĭn′ĭg-zăk′tĭ-to͞od′, -tyo͞od′)
n.
Lack of exactitude; inexactness.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.inexactitude - the quality of being inaccurate and having errors
inaccuracy - the quality of being inaccurate and having errors
impreciseness, imprecision - the quality of lacking precision
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inexactitude

[ˌɪnɪgˈzæktɪtjuːd] Ninexactitud f

inexactitude

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Archer and Lester are two men who grew up watching and playing the game in much different worlds, yet appreciating the very same beauty of inexactitude while in hopeless search for perfection, a chess game that frequently can't be conquered, only played.
Again, a stronger PM at a more stable time might have responded to such foreign policy freelancing and inexactitude in statements by sending her to the backbenches.
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The commissioners' resolution asserting that SB 941 is an unfunded mandate was a revealing act of inexactitude.
As a breed, the ridgeback was first recognized in Southern Rhodesia in 1922 by Francis Bames, and registered by the South African Kennel Union in 1924 as the ubiquitous "Rhodesian Lion Dog" which was in 1926 amended to "Rhodesian Ridgeback" as requested by Bames, and then classified as a Gundog for over 20 years--the victim of a terminological inexactitude on Bames' part?
Winston Churchill used the phrase "terminological inexactitude" to suggest a certain lack of directness; one might easily conclude that there was some inexactitude surrounding the capital structures of Citigroup, Bank of America, and Dexia.
Pakistan's poor economic performance can be traced to three basic factors: political infighting, educational deficit, and reporting inexactitude.
BILLY THE BUDGIE OLD Freddy had had Billy the Budgie Now, for well over eight weeks And Billy had made no effort to speak I'm giving you said Freddy one chance more Then you and your cage are oot the door Billy surveyed him with two beady eyes You think I can't speak well try this for size Now then Freddy I don't wish to be rude But you are accusing me of A Terminological inexactitude I can speak well let your doubts be gone For my former owner was an Oxford don Eeh
Will the terms and conditions of Jaswant's re-admission into the party demand another terminological inexactitude of him?
Les epigrammes comme les epitres sont traduites avec beaucoup d'elegance et de sens litteraire, mais des fautes sont a deplorer dans la traduction des epigrammes, allant de la simple inexactitude jusqu'au contresens caracterise.
The recommended doses are probably based on the known inexactitude of current monitoring of NMB (4), and a wish to sequester enough rocuronium to cause greater than 30% of receptors to be unoccupied, lest there be the potential for recurrence of NMB.