- imprecise + -ness (Wiktionary)
“But we quibble or the impreciseness of my words rather than the point here.”
“JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL OF ATLANTA: They take away some of the impreciseness of the human hand.”
“UNIDENTIFIED MALE: They take away some of the impreciseness of the human hand.”
“SHAH: It takes away some of the impreciseness of the human hand.”
“Former county prosecutor Hugh Levine, who represented Bonds 'ex - girlfriend, Kimberly Bell, in her appearance before the grand jury, commented that he was struck by the impreciseness of the questions asked Bonds.”
“It is one of the techniques of soft-computing, i.e. computational methods tolerant to suboptimality and impreciseness”
“This is much less the case, if at all, with a computer program, where even misunderstandings and impressions of impreciseness have to be planned in advance.”
“The bishops are concerned that the proposed constitution "contains various contradictions and an impreciseness that could make its application difficult.”
“We believe that the law should be enforced; not doing so breeds laziness and impreciseness in the legislature, lack of inspection of the law outside of the legislature, increased power of the executive due to selective enforcement and permits many people guilty - of a crime, if nothing else - to get away Scot-free … This is bad for everyone.”
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