[ US /ˌɪnɪɡˈzækt/ ]
[ UK /ˌɪnɛɡzˈækt/ ]
  1. not exact
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How To Use inexact In A Sentence

  • Modeling mine behavior and sediment transport is still an inexact science.
  • Words from the heart find their mark, despite their inexactness! Le mot juste - French Word-A-Day
  • Second, in most cases, such a test is exact or, to the extent it is less than exact, the inexactness will work in favour of the accused.
  • And it is unreal to assume, as you seem to, that his current inexactness is sufficiently elastic to cover all eventualities between now and November. Obama: Don't Be Confused, I'm Serious About Ending War
  • People who don't grasp the inexactness of all this are constantly misled. The Recovery Is Coming
  • Earthquake prediction is an inexact science .
  • It ought to be pointed out that calculating passenger kilometres is an inexact science.
  • But even in this computerised age, avalanche prediction is an inexact science and that is because of the variables involved.
  • The narrator explains that her story is an inexact reconstruction of events.
  • It also tapped into the lighter side of the dour-looking Mr. Safire: a Pickwickian quibbler who gleefully pounced on gaffes, inexactitudes, neologisms, misnomers, solecisms and perversely peccant puns, like "the president's populism" and "the first lady's momulism. Gershon Hepner: William Safire
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