American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The quality or condition of being inaccurate.
- n. An instance of being inaccurate; an error.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The state of being inaccurate; want of accuracy.
- n. That which is inaccurate; a mistake; a fault; a defect; an error.
- n. Synonyms Incorrectness, inexactness. Slip, inadvertence, blunder.
- n. uncountable The property of being inaccurate; lack of accuracy.
- n. countable A statement, passage etc. that is inaccurate or false.
- n. uncountable Incorrect calibration of a measuring device, or incorrect use; lack of precision.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The quality of being inaccurate; lack of accuracy or exactness.
- n. That which is inaccurate or incorrect; mistake; fault; defect; error.
- n. the quality of being inaccurate and having errors
- in- 'un-, not' + accuracy (from Latin accuratus, from the past particople of accurare "to take care of", itself from ad- "to" + curare "take care of" (from cura "care, concern, trouble", from a Proto-Indo-European base *kois- "to be concerned")) (Wiktionary)
“MALDEF posted a video on You Tube reputing what it calls inaccuracy and bias in the CBS reporting and brought me into the story as well.”
“Roddick and Federer joked about what they call the inaccuracy of the Hawkeye line-calling system.”
“But historical inaccuracy is something I simply cannot let stand.”
“This inaccuracy comes from the fact that the prices of goods and services do not reflect the so-called externalities, or as I would term them, more accurately, the hidden costs.”
“From there, Memphis 'inaccuracy from the field allowed the Suns to extend the lead to double digits.”
“My prediction now, in full knowledge of my previous inaccuracy, is that his party - whose new leader lives in the next village to ours, and used to be one of our numerous record-breaking female local councillors - will dump him and either find a different potential prime minister, or (more likely) opt to back someone else's candidate while licking their wounds, as they did last December.”
“-- Is it ironic or sad that an article about Wikipedia inaccuracy is inaccurate?”
“The plot is set in the Cold War, and apart from some inaccuracy from a technical point of view it is a good thriller.”
“Even when a mistake or inaccuracy is found p2pnet steps up and fixes it with appoligies.”
“The inaccuracy from the press release, however, has propagated widely: for instance, to Enterprise Ireland's Enviro Centre, which got it from Robin O'Brien Lynch's Irish Times coverage on August 24th, and to the Belfast Telegraph.”
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