- not accurate; incorrect or untrue.
Origin of inaccurate
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inexact, loose; erroneous, wrong, faulty.
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Examples from the Web for inaccurate
It would be inaccurate though to call SIX a direct antidote to ALEC.The Left’s Answer to ALEC
December 15, 2014
Others have found its portrayal of Southern life offensive, exploitative, or inaccurate.The Shocking Rise and Fall of ‘Honey Boo Boo’
October 24, 2014
She slammed the media, saying the coverage has been scant and inaccurate.Defying Stereotypes, Young Muslim Writers Find Community Onstage
October 12, 2014
Inaccurate label notwithstanding, Plan B is classified by the FDA as a contraceptive.Rand Paul’s Plan B for Pro-Life Critics
October 5, 2014
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'
August 25, 2014
It is inaccurate, for instance, to use 63¢ as the basis for the normal differential.About sugar buying for Jobbers
B. W. Dyer
But Sir Joshua is as inaccurate in fact, as false in principle.Modern Painters Volume I (of V)
The Admiral's letters do not show him to be either careless or inaccurate.
Are they not, as the poets are always telling us, inaccurate witnesses?Phaedo
What if, after all, that half-hysterical girl's story should be inaccurate?The Trampling of the Lilies
- not accurate; imprecise, inexact, or erroneous
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Word Origin and History for inaccurate
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