In exact or careful conformity to truth; the result of care or pains; free from failure, error, or defect; exact; as, an accurate calculator; an accurate measure; accurate expression, knowledge, etc. (adjective)
Examples of word accurate
Makers of branded drugs must prove to the Food and Drug Administration that their product is "safe and effective," and its label "accurate and adequate," Justice Thomas wrote.
"Rolling Stone issued a statement saying it stands behind its story, which it called "accurate in every detail.
They say they're acting on what they call accurate intelligence against terrorist infrastructure in the city.
The majority of our masters are scholars by profession, and they are apt to lay undue stress on what they call accurate and minute scholarship, and to neglect wide and cursory reading.
Rolling Stone issued a statement saying it stands behind its story, which it called "accurate in every detail."
Joshi that students gave similar and what she described as accurate accounts of what occurred last month at Markham Elementary School in Oakland.
Not because of the ceremony -- which though historically "accurate" is not a religious service for its participants -- but because the flickering candles perform the same effect of voices, prayers in the darkness -- offering a way to feel oneself in the world.
Mr. Arapnel makes some good points, and it's promising to see Ms. Fritz express an interest in accurate and verifiable numbers.