exactitude

[ ig-zak-ti-tood, -tyood ]SEE DEFINITION OF exactitude

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What shall I say of the steadiness and exactitude of his hand?

It was cut across with an exactitude of mathematical certainty.

Nor, it must be admitted, was she herself any pronounced stickler for exactitude.

Their steadiness, their swiftness and exactitude were unsurpassable.

Yet I have no doubt of the exactitude of the statement in your letter.

They enforce promptness and exactitude in business dealings.

A stickler for exactitude might reply, 'What kind of time do you mean?'

As to his date, there are some certainties but no exactitude.

It is made from memory; but I will answer for its exactitude.

Exactitude marks her time, her scene and her depiction of passions and emotions.

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