Definition of inexactitude in English:

inexactitude

noun

  • See inexact

    • ‘Some were major untruths, others simply mischievous inexactitudes.’
    • ‘Why the inexactitude given his propensity for precision, I'm not sure.’
    • ‘Their behaviour during an ordinary weekend of vacation abroad was misinterpreted and reported with grave inexactitudes.’
    • ‘In the 17th century, ‘certain great whales’ were defined, with biological inexactitude, as being ‘royal fish’.’
    • ‘But despite their inexactitude, there are consistencies in happiness studies that suggest that differences in people's internal ‘happiness metres’ tend to come out in the statistical wash.’

Pronunciation

inexactitude

/ˌɪnɪɡˈzæktɪtud//ˌiniɡˈzaktito͞od/