inexact

[ in-ig-zakt ]SEE DEFINITION OF inexact

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INEXACT

Is it then the results of Biological science which are “inexact”?

The illustrations are inexact, and the explanations are meagre and unsatisfactory.

Furthermore, the English essayist's description of the drug's effects is inexact.

That is to say: two inexact, two doubtful, and twelve accurate details.

There is a representation; it is inexact, because it is fragmentary and momentary.

And yet, too, like most inexact men, he was a rare stickler for certain niceties.

But we know how inexact this conception, both of magic and of religion, is.

But if this explanation is not inexact, it is, nevertheless, insufficient.

He loved what was inexact and obscure, Spinoza the clear and definite.

To say he was surprised were inexact, for he had long since left that sentiment behind him.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INEXACT

indefinite

adjectiveambiguous, vague
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