Definition of inaccuracy:
screwup, erratum, fumble, boob, incorrect, bobble, slipup, wrong, lapse, stumble, roughly, miscue, broadly, approximate, inexact, clinker, approximately, imprecise, trip, misapprehension, boo-boo, goof, brick, inaccurate, correct, mix-up, fluff, clanger, slip-up, misstep, gaff, questionable, flub.
- error (part of speech: noun)
- wrongness (part of speech: noun)
- imprecision (part of speech: noun)
- "The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. I. (of 12)", Edmund Burke.
Miss Anne is a venerable lady with snow- white hair, but her brother Matthew, who is rather older, is convinced that she is one of the most harum- scarum young girls in the world, and is continually pulling her up with 'Miss Anne Clayton, you are very inaccurate, '- 'Miss Anne Clayton, be careful what you say, '- 'Miss Anne Clayton, another inaccuracy, '- while the poor old sister goes on her own way without minding a bit.- "Story of My Life, volumes 1-3", Augustus J. C. Hare.
Whatever inaccuracy there may be in some of these circumstances, there is no doubt of the fact that Buonaparte and the brave commodore strove together at Acre, under the highest influence of personal resentment, as well as martial skill and determination.- "The History of Napoleon Buonaparte", John Gibson Lockhart.