OTHER WORDS FROM impreciseim·pre·cise·ly, adverbim·pre·ci·sion [im-pruh-sizh-uhn], /ˌɪm prəˈsɪʒ ən/, im·pre·cise·ness, noun
How to use imprecise in a sentence
The estimated Rt can be very imprecise, with margins of error that make it hard to know for certain in any state if it’s really above or below 1.
This gap reflects mathematicians’ imprecise understanding of Ramsey numbers.Disorder Persists in Larger Graphs, New Math Proof Finds|Kevin Hartnett|November 4, 2020|Quanta Magazine
The hazy imprecision of this notion is a triumph of college marketing.
The local term in doraghie is apparently the same heard in Ticonderoga--the imprecision of writing Indian making the difference.