Related formsin·ac·cu·rate·ly, adverbin·ac·cu·rate·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for inaccurate
It would be inaccurate though to call SIX a direct antidote to ALEC.
Others have found its portrayal of Southern life offensive, exploitative, or inaccurate.
She slammed the media, saying the coverage has been scant and inaccurate.Defying Stereotypes, Young Muslim Writers Find Community Onstage|Julianne Chiaet|October 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Inaccurate label notwithstanding, Plan B is classified by the FDA as a contraceptive.
However, Uncle Gary hit back for his sister today, dismissing the piece as “inaccurate and mean” in a tweet early this morning.Carole Middleton's Cousin Says Kate's Mom Is Now 'Grander Than The Queen'|Tom Sykes|August 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In the case of particular flies, others have frequently observed that the imitations generally used were inaccurate.Old Flies in New Dresses|Charles Edward Walker
They would go through anything they hit, but they were found to be too inaccurate and not so economical as explosives.The Black Watch|Scout Joe Cassells
This makes her married life two years; but we need not say that the date is inaccurate, as Lady Byron was married in 1815.Lady Byron Vindicated|Harriet Beecher Stowe
It is inaccurate to say that the lands are become 'the property of Government' by reason of their being assessed.Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official|William Sleeman
And Mr. Mallock is one of those who talk about the inaccurate thinking of Socialists.Britain for the British|Robert Blatchford