Definition of inexactness in US English:

inexactness

noun

  • See inexact

    • ‘Perhaps his training as a physicist doesn't necessarily provide the best training for the inexactness of political discussion.’
    • ‘Confidence intervals should also remind examiners of the inexactness of the obtained score and, in some instances, provide an indication of the range of possible true scores.’
    • ‘Despite the inherent inexactness of reproduction cost estimates, he insisted that their economic importance was such that they could not be ignored when they markedly differed from actual cost figures.’
    • ‘A generic constraint on cellular machines is the inherent inexactness of the computational elements comprising a biological regulation unit.’
    • ‘Second, in most cases, such a test is exact or, to the extent it is less than exact, the inexactness will work in favour of the accused.’

Pronunciation

inexactness

/ˌɪnɪɡˈzæktnəs//ˌiniɡˈzaktnəs/