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Spell check of inexact

Correct spelling: inexact

Synonyms:
disconnected, wild, rough, undisciplined, obscure, formless, disheveled, disordered, questionable, untruthful, frenzied, indefinite, disorganized, broadly, off, out of control, invalid, undetermined, approximative, irregular, uneven, ambiguous, confused, shapeless, inchoate, indistinct, amorphous, vague, liberal, blurry, untrue, roughly, precise, limited, loose, squishy, round, muddled, disorderly, approximately, rambunctious, discomposed, ballpark, insane, free, approximate, disarrayed, incoherent, jumbled, lax, wrong, incorrect, anarchistic, disintegrated, inconsistent, frantic, lawless, unsound, tumultuous, odd, indeterminate, anarchical, imprecise, perturbed, cluttered, messy, deranged, chaotic, unruly, embroiled, deformed, fuzzy, erroneous, inaccurate, tempestuous.

Antonyms:
demonstrated, photographic, exact, clear-cut, proper, correct, rigorous, absolute, letter-perfect, true, perfect, flawless, incontestable, precise, definite, veracious, incontrovertible, validated, substantiated, dead, established, proven, determined, unquestionable, valid, positive, defined, errorless, factual, decisive, tested, strict, irrefutable, certain, supported, accurate, impeccable, undeniable, indubitable, literal, mathematical, definable, verbatim, confirmed, right, indisputable, unqualified, corroborated, dead-on, sure, faultless, sound, direct.

Examples of usage:

1) So, if it is inexact to say that Stravinsky writes Jazz, it is true to say that his genius has been nourished by it. - "Since C├ęzanne", Clive Bell.

2) " As was his right;" but the statement is inexact, for he neither kissed nor fondled her, yet they lay together in one bed. - "Four Arthurian Romances "Erec et Enide", "Cliges", "Yvain", and "Lancelot"", Chretien DeTroyes.

3) How the singular and inexact use of it which is handed down in our Prayer Book arose, it is difficult to say; and it is a transference of a Scriptural term from one thing to another which cannot be wholly justified. - "The American Church Dictionary and Cyclopedia", William James Miller.

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