Inaccuracy and Truth

Inaccuracy

Inaccuracy noun - The quality of being inaccurate and having errors.

Truth is an antonym for inaccuracy.

Nearby Words: inaccurate, inaccurately

Truth

Truth noun - Agreement with fact or reality.
Usage example: there is no truth to the rumor that the couple is getting a divorce

Inaccuracy is an antonym for truth in reality topic.

How words are described

single single inaccuracy single truth
great great inaccuracy great truth
little little inaccuracy little truth
scientific scientific inaccuracy scientific truth
Other adjectives: historical, horrific, technical.

Both words in one sentence

  • Series / The Musketeers The scene has a short Truth in Television speech by Aramis about the musket's inaccuracy at long ranges, so he takes aim at very close range.
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