View definitions for precise
adjective as in exact, accurate
We categorize experiences as yeses, nos, and maybes based on risk, reward, and the precise ways our bodies like to feel.
This adds tension to combat encounters since one must be very precise.
Painterly yet precise, Joseph Cortina’s pictures indicate a substantial commitment to his art.
Now, Agol, Dorn and colleagues have made the most precise measurements of the TRAPPIST-1 masses yet.
Amazon’s Ring Neighbors app exposed users’ precise locations and home addresses
The goal is to create a literary anatomy of the last century—or, to be precise, from 1900 to 2014.
I spent half an hour measuring all around the president to get the 27 precise measurements I needed to craft a true custom suit.
I thought he was very intelligent, very gentle, soft-spoken, precise.
There is also striking lack of agreement among doctors about the precise definition of intersex.
Precise numbers are hard to come by, but reports indicate that the attacks killed hundreds of people, including children.
This again is inexact, since there are no precise figures of population that cover the period.
Suppose there was always something to do, what avails that to millions who know not how to do that precise something?
In the whole of anatomy there is no task so difficult as that of learning the precise attachments of the muscles of the back.
Organisation ensues, and the general conceptions of state-deities and state-ritual are made more definite and precise.
From these instruments have come all those precise examinations on which the accuracy of modern science intimately depends.
On this page you'll find 217 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to precise, such as: accurate, actual, clear-cut, correct, decisive, and definite.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.