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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexactitudeex‧act‧i‧tude /ɪɡˈzæktɪtjuːd $ -tuːd/ noun [uncountable]  formalEXACT the state of being exact
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exactitudeAt best it was a snobbery which wholly overlooked his timing, eye and exactitude of judgment and imagery.This eighteenth-century fascination with funerary exactitude was not limited to the distaff side of society.Greater precision in the timing of these events would permit greater exactitude in charting.In any real system there is always some lack of exactitude in one's knowledge of initial conditions.He worked for years as a copywriter, and that type of exactitude is evidenced in his work.The exactitude and measure of structural engineering has been indispensable for the development of my work.The exactitude of this association gave the outpost a familiarity and calmed her even more.Gloria gave me the look of a woman who was unfamiliar with exactitude.
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