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I think in geometry, you can come to very accurate conclusions with just your sensibilities, if not your instincts.

Military honchos like them because they leave a large "footprint" and are versatile, if not very accurate.

But I realize that the word apartheid would be notable and controversial, and the apartheid thing is a very accurate description.

All the sets and the costumes and the portrayal of the period and everyone debating was very accurate.

And if Gwynne had not revisited San Francisco he had a very accurate idea of its present conditions.

That statement gives a “measure” which was sufficient for the purpose intended, but there is nothing very accurate in it.

In the memoirs of the Academy of Sciences, for 1725, we meet with a very accurate description of the Canadian musk-rat.

Her work was so very accurate, and her paper so well written.

Dryden, whose charge was afterwards echoed by Pope, probably adopted it without very accurate investigation.


On this page you'll find 20 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to very accurate, such as: accurate, precise, absolutely right, by the book, dead center, and definite.

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