dead-on dead-on


  • (adj) accurate and to the point


  1. That voice glides effortlessly from deep whispers to dead-on high notes, a sweet siren that combines force with grace.
  2. Alexis de Tocqueville did a dead-on reading of the place.
  3. Holding the bridge of his nose, he lets out a loud bray -- his dead-on imitation of the cry of small rain-forest animals called duikers.


  • This is the HTC One Mini

    The leaks are true : HTC's rumored M4 is indeed the One Mini . We know because a trusted source in possession of the "petite" 4.3-inch handset has fed us a direct image, while also confirming some specs. From what we've seen, the few renders and blurrycam shots that bled out earlier this year appear to be dead-on. The One Mini's a more approachable (and affordable) version of the One -- both ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Engadget


  • "It would be great to be able to play opening day but I'm not going to lose my cool if something doesn't go perfectly as planned," Edmonds said Sunday. "If I make it I make it, and if I don't, I don't. Things have got to be pretty dead-on."
    on Mar 11, 2007 By: Jim Edmonds Source: USA Today

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