Exact and Inaccurate
Opposite meaning words
Exact adjective - Being in agreement with the truth or a fact or a standard.
Usage example: maybe I wasn't being very exact when I said I had done it a million times—but it sure seemed like it
Inaccurate adjective - Not being in agreement with what is true.
Usage example: he claimed that the TV ratings were inaccurate because they didn't take into account all those viewers in health clubs
Both words in one sentence
- Swedes either feel annoyed by how inaccurate a portrayal he is, or laugh at him for the exact same reason.
Source: Americans Hate Tingle
- Exact Time to Failure: Averted — the estimate of when people in Melbourne will start dying of radiation poisoning turns out to be inaccurate.
Source: Literature / On the Beach
- Exact Words: Madeline's favorite brand of lies involves telling half-truths and omitting certain facts, so that what she does say is never technically inaccurate.
Source: Series / American Gothic 2016
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