accuracy

Part of speech: noun

The quality of being accurate; correctness.

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Usage examples "accuracy":

  1. From their behaviour during the many and varied processes through which they have passed he finds out, with unerring accuracy, the exact proportions of their composition, and, in many cases, the cause of their origin. - "The Chemistry, Properties and Tests of Precious Stones", John Mastin.
  2. My mistress, who knew that no one had entered the room but her brother and I, and was certain of her accuracy in counting the money, was convinced that I was a thief. - "Conscience", Eliza Lee Follen.
  3. 2. A point akin to the first is this: the observation of each child should describe with great accuracy the child's relations to other children. - "The Story of the Mind", James Mark Baldwin.