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Exactly how much you’ll need is often a bit of trial and error.

This means they are hard to ace, but also, they make very few errors on their return strokes.

In fact, Drake appears poised to be a seeding error of a different sort.

With the upgrade, the new Coverage reporting greatly expanded the amount of information for site owners, including errors, indexing levels, and urls that were being excluded from indexing.

In 2016, with support from her parents and after a lot of trial and error with designers, Samaira introduced CoderBunnyz, her first board game.

Everyone out there who says, “Charlie Hebdo provoked,” is making the same fundamental error.

There were also crashes not due to either mechanical or human error but to a lack of warning of dangerous conditions.

But as everyone knows, he went on to say—not once but many times—that that was the greatest error of his career by far.

The misidentification has since been corrected, and The Daily Beast regrets the error.

But millions of rules result in perpetual error, and, as a terminal side effect, make leadership and accomplishment illegal.

It is a very common error to consider these deposits as evidence of excessive excretion.

My mother now tells me that she knew of this mistake, an error of the New York paper in copying the item from a Southern journal.

It was a fatal error, for though the Spanish people might despise their King, they were intensely proud of their nationality.

It was an error not to separate borrowing entirely from monetary issues.

Consequently he was able to turn in a clear essay upon the subject, which, upon examination, the king found to be free from error.


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On this page you'll find 143 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to error, such as: blunder, failure, fault, flaw, glitch, and inaccuracy.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.