noun, plural ac·cu·ra·cies.
Related formshy·per·ac·cu·ra·cy, noun
Examples from the Web for accuracy
CIA goes to great lengths to understand the reliability and accuracy of every source.
Did the reporters and editors put much value on on accuracy and objectivity, or were they more a part of the party machine?
The Daily Beast has not verified the accuracy of either of these ads.
As such, they emphatically demonstrate the accuracy of the “no risk to public” trope.The Sky Is Not Falling, and Ebola Is Not Out of Control|Kent Sepkowitz|October 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The quality and accuracy of information on these sites can vary widely, as can the virtual support that some of them provide.
It is a record of adventure, travel, and description, so wonderful that for years it was doubted and its accuracy disbelieved.A History of the Philippines|David P. Barrows
He was expert in the use of quadrant and sextant, and could take a lunar observation and work it out with accuracy.Siam|George B. Bacon
It is impossible to calculate the numbers with any likelihood of accuracy.The Soul of John Brown|Stephen Graham
The goat, the sheaf of corn, the Spanish pack-saddle, all the accessories are painted with Flemish accuracy.The Story of Seville|Walter M. Gallichan
Hugh was a firm believer in the accuracy of the rod that he had constructed.Ande Trembath|Matthew Stanley Kemp