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noun as in accuracy

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Carlsen is known for his determined exactitude — he grinds down opponents meticulously, doggedly pursuing small edges to eventual victories.

Now an adviser rather than a day-to-day presence, Olivera is an alumnus of Del Mar, the chic Spanish restaurant from Fabio Trabocchi, a chef known for his exactitude in and out of the kitchen.

I don’t recall seeing Cashion in the open kitchen on many visits to Adams Morgan, a reality explained by a daytime schedule that found her preparing for the night and a right-hand man, chef Jorge Rubio, who knew her taste and exactitudes.

But he shares with Foster Wallace a gift for exactitude, erudition, and moral concern.

The idea of a competition in which exactitude and standards are paramount being decided by a Yiddish word is a little ferkakte.

The clinical aspects of epilepsy are especially difficult to investigate with exactitude.

To ascertain the exciting causes of epileptic seizures with exactitude is usually a matter of very great difficulty.

Whatever we are to expect at the hands of children, it should not be any peddling exactitude about matters of fact.

His words are well chosen; they are fit in with cultivated exactitude and polished precision.

Engraving music is one of the most laborious, by the care, the minute exactitude, and the intelligence it demands.


On this page you'll find 44 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to exactitude, such as: carefulness, correctness, exactness, faultlessness, meticulousness, and preciseness.

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