Synonyms for exactitude

Grammar : Noun
Spell : ig-zak-ti-tood, -tyood
Phonetic Transcription : ɪgˈzæk tɪˌtud, -ˌtyud

Définition of exactitude

Origin :
  • 1734, from French exactitude (17c.), from exact (see exact(adj.)).
  • noun accuracy
Example sentences :
  • What shall I say of the steadiness and exactitude of his hand?
  • Extract from : « Albert Durer » by T. Sturge Moore
  • It was cut across with an exactitude of mathematical certainty.
  • Extract from : « Invaders from the Infinite » by John Wood Campbell
  • Nor, it must be admitted, was she herself any pronounced stickler for exactitude.
  • Extract from : « The Magnificent Montez » by Horace Wyndham
  • Their steadiness, their swiftness and exactitude were unsurpassable.
  • Extract from : « History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Vol. XVIII. (of XXI.) » by Thomas Carlyle
  • Yet I have no doubt of the exactitude of the statement in your letter.
  • Extract from : « Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson » by Thomas Jefferson
  • They enforce promptness and exactitude in business dealings.
  • Extract from : « The Principles of Economics » by Frank A. Fetter
  • A stickler for exactitude might reply, 'What kind of time do you mean?'
  • Extract from : « The Royal Observatory Greenwich » by E. Walter (Edwared Walter) Maunder
  • As to his date, there are some certainties but no exactitude.
  • Extract from : « Essays on the Greek Romances » by Elizabeth Hazelton Haight
  • It is made from memory; but I will answer for its exactitude.
  • Extract from : « Harper's New Monthly Magazine, No. XXIII.--April, 1852.--Vol. IV. » by Various
  • Exactitude marks her time, her scene and her depiction of passions and emotions.
  • Extract from : « Why we should read » by S. P. B. Mais

Antonyms for exactitude

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