With a superior or an equal, she might use shall and will as inaccurately as she pleases.
Money has been inaccurately spoken of as merely a means of exchange.
I quote from memory, and I am afraid inaccurately, from a poem of Alfred Tennyson's.
Lady Eardham had read our hero's character not inaccurately.
St. Jerome may not inaccurately be called the first great Puritan.
But these were very unintelligently and inaccurately prepared.
They said also that it was inaccurately printed and its type was small.
Some writers apply this name (inaccurately) to flags of vexillum form, with or without tails at the base.
This slight thing is inaccurately entitled, for the Princess was born on December 26, 1638.
It displayed an array of facts which either had been wholly unknown, or inaccurately known.