View definitions for accurately
This gives rangers a more accurate image and location to track than earlier systems that captured and reported on pictures of all wildlife, which ran down the trackers’ battery life.
The idea, according to proponents, is to follow the money, as it provides a more accurate reflection of public sentiment than polling models that have appeared increasingly tenuous in recent elections.
“I do not have faith that the poll books are complete and accurate,” Palmer said.
Everyone’s work around a digital twin of the project is accurate and up-to-date.
During testing, human reviewers also judged the model’s summaries to be more informative and accurate than previous methods.
If Congress accurately reflected our nation on the basis of race, about 63 percent would be white, not 80 percent.
These self-dubbed gear heads go toe to toe (or perhaps more accurately, crash to crash), with the men in the sport.
Nor is his face, or more accurately the shape of the hair that hides his face, easy to forget.
Or perhaps more accurately, a man, in his last years, especially but not exclusively consumed by affairs of the spirit.
Much of this has been pure, or more accurately, impure, political theater.
The dilution can be more accurately made in the leukocyte pipet of the Thoma-Zeiss instrument.
The bridge should be fitted as accurately as the post, and as though it grew from the belly, the feet touching equally all round.
Within a few more months he determined on constructing an engine for the purpose of more accurately testing those views.
His eyes were again fixed upon her as though gauging accurately the extent of his influence upon her.
In fact both girls had learned to tell the time very accurately by the sun.
On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to accurately, such as: exactly, meticulously, precisely, flawlessly, scrupulously, and veraciously.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.