- the quality or state of being inexact or inaccurate; inexactness.
- an instance of this.
Origin of inexactitude
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Examples from the Web for inexactitude
The German inexactitude farmer is sowing seed on barren soil.Private Peat
Harold R. Peat
This is one instance of the use of colour to conceal the inexactitude of the craftsman.Chats on Royal Copenhagen Porcelain
This, of course, was an "inexactitude" comparable to the belief in the Mole's lack of eyes and ears.Animal Life of the British Isles
At every turn in his life we are reminded of his inexactitude—especially in autobiographical details.The Life of Sir Richard Burton
Mrs. Lessways warmly deprecated any apology for inexactitude, and wiped her sympathetic eyes.Hilda Lessways
Word Origin and History for inexactitude
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