inexactly inexactly

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in an imprecise manner

Usage(s):

  1. It's possible that an early version of the Post-Pro-Publica language was written inexactly, suggesting a direction that has not yet been set in stone.
  2. It's possible that an early version of the Post-Pro-Publica language was written inexactly, suggesting a direction that has not yet been set in stone.
  3. But because of a surveyor's faulty maps, the arbitrated border was inexactly placed, and regardless of the land's lack of value, both countries heatedly denounced the boundary.
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