accurately predicting the future is, of course, a tricky business.
The column does accurately describe the differences in services provided by individual airlines.
People who actually used their phones primarily for work, who needed to type a lot (accurately), needed and loved the BlackBerry.
Silver is best known for accurately predicting the outcomes of the 2008 and 2012 presidential elections.
The Republican accurately described the West Bank as “occupied territories” and then immediately took it back.
He blends the accurately literal and trivial with the immensely poetic.
There'll be many kinds of animals present if they could only be accurately catalogued.
How accurately it described his attitude toward Miss Hamilton.
I shall repeat, then, as accurately as possible, the story he told me.
We must accurately distinguish between grace and government.
1610s, "done with care," from Latin accuratus "prepared with care, exact, elaborate," past participle of accurare "take care of," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + curare "take care of" (see cure). The notion of doing something carefully led to that of being exact (1650s). Related: Accurately; accurateness.