correctness[ kuh-rekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF correctness
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CORRECTNESS
Of the correctness of this hypothesis it is unnecessary to speak.
This is in harmony with our experience, and we have no doubt of the correctness of his observations.
The whole thing was princely in the correctness of its style.
This is only one proof of the correctness of Père Pargoire's position.
The correctness of these positions can be readily established.
And she felt her interest snuffed out by Tommy's correctness.
Was there a correctness in words, and were they given by nature or convention?
That is my view, Hermogenes, of the correctness of names; and I should like to hear what Cratylus would say.
Are we to count them, Cratylus; and is correctness of names to be determined by the voice of a majority?
Does he not in these passages make a remarkable statement about the correctness of names?