Footnote 31: This is inaccurately expressed: Philips, and Dr.
Lines of induction are frequently but inaccurately spoken of as lines of force.
Many of the figures which, through an error, were inaccurately stated in the first paper are corrected in the second.
If the aggregate productive activity of man be designated by the word labor (just as everything produced on a piece of land is inaccurately called its product), then all capital may be considered as the unconsumed result of labor.
He very inaccurately adds, that both are always in an opposite direction.
Such is an outline of Marshall's argument, as inaccurately and defectively reported.
It has acid properties and forms salts (which are inaccurately called saccharinates).
Defn: A salt of sulphocyanic acid; -- also called thiocyanate, and formerly inaccurately sulphocyanide.
This concluding portion is hastily written, more like a scroll copy from dictation, than an accurate transcript--many of the words are omitted or inaccurately written.
Disputation have either been omitted, or inaccurately transcribed.
The acts of Deity are inaccurately designated interventions.
Mr. Ritson, in correcting a remark made by the ingenious continuator of Ben Jonson's Sad shepherd, has inaccurately stated that the figures in the initial letter were "actually copied from the margin of an old missal.
Grey, relying perhaps on Bale or Nicolson, has inaccurately cited Caxton's Fructus temporum for the account of King John's death; yet this work was never printed by Caxton under that title.
But there was a class of persons, sometimes inaccurately confounded with villeins, whom it is more important to separate.
Blackstone expresses himself inaccurately when he says the villein in gross was annexed to the person of the lord, and transferable by deed from one owner to another.
Blomefield inaccurately makes Maud, whom Sir John Burghersh married, the daughter of Edmond Bacon instead of his granddaughter.
Footnote 73-1: Inaccuratelycalled Archbishop of Canterbury by Fabyan and others.
He is named also in many of the other papers of the same collection, simply as William Paston of Paston, Esquire; and even in the body of the petition so inaccurately headed, he is simply styled William Paston, one of the justices.
The ground at the head of Val Tressenda is very inaccurately laid down on all maps.
In this map the whole southwest limb of the Orteler group is most inaccurately represented, and might better have been left a blank.
This line is inaccurately quoted by King James from the poet Alexander Montgomerie, who lived at his court.
Much of the public prejudice which appeared in certain parts of the United States against the measure, was to be ascribed to their hostility to the term "excise," a term which had been inaccurately applied to the duty in question.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "inaccurately" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.