inaccuracy

[ in-ak-yer-uh-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF inaccuracy

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These are the people of whom we hear: "He works badly, he has the genius of inaccuracy."

This sometimes leads to an inaccuracy which needs a word of explanation.

It needs but little to show the inaccuracy of such hypotheses.

Tom Reed said that my principal defect was inaccuracy of statement.

The note itself will best demonstrate the inaccuracy of this commentary.

For the National Society does not stop at charging other societies with inaccuracy.

He has also himself suffered much from the inaccuracy of copyists.

This discovery proved the inaccuracy of Lecoq's original suppositions.

But this inaccuracy may be accounted for on the following grounds.

(b) There may be accuracy or inaccuracy in the use of stress and intonation.

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