Definition of Inexactly

1. Adverb. In an imprecise manner. "He expressed himself imprecisely"

Exact synonyms: Imprecisely
Partainyms: Imprecise, Inexact
Antonyms: Precisely, Exactly



Definition of Inexactly

1. adv. In a manner not exact or precise; inaccurately.

Definition of Inexactly

1. Adverb. In a manner not exact or precise; inaccurately. ¹

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Definition of Inexactly

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inexactly

inestimably
inevasible
inevidence
inevident
inevitabilities
inevitability
inevitable
inevitable abortion
inevitable accident
inevitableness
inevitables
inevitably
inexact
inexactitude
inexactitudes
inexactly (current term)
inexactness
inexactnesses
inexcitability
inexcitable
inexcogitable
inexcusable
inexcusableness
inexcusably
inexcuseable
inexecrable
inexecutable
inexecution
inexertion
inexertions

Literary usage of Inexactly

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1. A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Book of Proverbs by Crawford Howell Toy (1899)
"read ;>r supplied after nsy.-i (-a;r) in (5 and J5", and is added by Dys. Reuss, Kamp. — Jfy '3 1" is inexactly represented in ® by /tal 74p; ..."

2. Conciliation with the Colonies by Edmund Burke (1894)
"Paradise Lost, iv., 96, 97, inexactly quoted. PAGE 74, 3, 4. •warning in the old sense of summons or call. Sursum corda, "Lift up your hearts! ..."

3. Evangelium secundum Iohannem: The Gospel of Saint John in West-Saxon; edited by Lancelot Minor Harris (1904)
"2nd sg. name, 20, 15 ; 3d sg. nam, 5, 9 etc. ; 3d pi. namon, 2, 8 etc. —2. take, seize (and inexactly for Latin r apere, 'snatch,' io, 12, 28, 29) : inf. ..."

4. The Gospel of Saint John in West-Saxon by James Wilson Bright, Lancelot Minor Harris (1904)
"2nd sg. name, ao, 15 ; 3d sg. nam, 5, 9 etc. ; 3d pi. namon, 2, 8 etc. — 2. take, seize (and inexactly for Latin rapere, 'snatch,' 10, 12, 28, 29) : inf. ..."

5. The Growth of Capital by Robert Giffen (1889)
"Suppose the accumulation at two dates to be inexactly stated, owing to the necessary imperfection of the figures by 10 per cent., the intermediate ..."

6. God & the Bible: A Review of the Objections to 'Literature & Dogma' by Matthew Arnold (1883)
"Some men abstract inexactly and ill what they thus perceive, others exactly ... it exactly or inexactly, alike they talk of the being of what they have thus ..."

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