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Another word for exact

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Adjective
  1. Conforming to fact

      1. Truthful; veracious:
      2. Corresponding with reality or facts
      3. Coinciding with future events or apparently unknowable present realities:
      1. Habitually truthful; honest
      2. Accurate; true:
      3. True; accurate
      1. Exactly conforming to a rule, standard, or pattern:
      2. Quick and exact in sensing and responding:
      3. Exact; accurate; right; correct
      1. Characterized by or adhering to strict standards or methods; exacting and thorough:
      2. Very strict or harsh
      3. Rigidly precise; thoroughly accurate or exact
      1. Most favorable, desirable, or convenient:
      2. Of, relating to, directed toward, or located on the right side.
      3. In accordance with fact, reason, or truth; correct:
      1. Distinct and correct in sound or meaning:
      2. Strictly distinguished from others; very:
      3. (Sciences) Of experimental results, consistent, clustered close together, agreeing with each other. This does not mean that they cluster near the true, correct, or accurate value.
      1. Engaging in sex only with one's spouse or only with one's partner in a sexual relationship.
      2. Adhering firmly and devotedly, as to a person, cause, or idea; loyal.
      3. Dependable; reliable:
      1. Conforming or adhering to an established standard; proper
      2. Conforming to standards; proper:
      3. Conforming to fact or logic; true, accurate, right, or free from errors
      1. Careful and exact
      2. Capable of providing a correct reading or measurement:
      3. Conforming exactly to fact; errorless.
  2. Strictly distinguished from others

    See also:

    precise

  3. Not deviating from correctness, accuracy, or completeness

      1. Perfect; absolute; entire
      2. Conforming completely to established rule, principle, or condition:
      3. Requiring close observance or demanding in expectations:
      1. Very strict or harsh
      2. Characterized by or adhering to strict standards or methods; exacting and thorough:
      3. Rigidly precise; thoroughly accurate or exact
      1. Complete in every particular:
      2. Having a base runner at first, second, and third base:
      3. Possessing both parents in common:
      1. Engaging in sex only with one's spouse or only with one's partner in a sexual relationship.
      2. Marked by or showing a strong sense of duty or responsibility; conscientious
      3. Having or full of faith.
      1. Having little or no space between elements or parts; tight and compact:
      2. Being near the surface; short:
      3. Faithful to the original:
    See also:

    careful

  4. Having no errors

  5. Being an exact amount or number

      1. Characterized or indicated by a number exactly divisible by 2.
      2. Being equal for each opponent. Used of a score.
      3. Placid; calm:
    See also:

    precise

  6. Conforming completely to established rule

    See also:

    usual

Verb
  1. To obtain by coercion or intimidation

      1. To search exhaustively.
      2. To cause something to fall by shaking it, or something it is attached down.
      3. (By extension) To get money from someone using threats.
      1. To wrench or twist forcibly
      2. To force out (water or other liquid) by this means, as from wet clothes
      3. To get or extract by force, threats, persistence, etc.; extort
      1. To distort or change the true meaning, purpose, use, etc. of; pervert; twist
      2. To take possession of forcefully; seize or usurp:
      3. To turn or twist; esp., to pull or force away violently with a twisting motion
      1. To turn using a wrench:
      2. To give a twist, turn, or pull:
      3. To twist, pull, or jerk suddenly and violently
      1. To extract by applying pressure:
      2. To get, extract, or extort by force or unfair means
      3. To get, bring forth, or extract by pressure
      1. To obtain by coercion, intimidation, or psychological pressure:
      2. To obtain (something) by the criminal offense of extortion.
      3. To get (money, etc.) from someone by violence, threats, misuse of authority, etc.; exact or wrest (from)
    See also:

    get

  2. To establish and apply as compulsory

      1. To force the purchase of (a stock or commodity) by exercising a put option.
      2. To adapt:
      3. (Sports) To hurl with an overhand pushing motion:
      1. (Law) To seize property in order to satisfy a judgment
      2. To impose (a tax or fine, for example) on someone.
      3. To impose a tax, fine, or other punishment on (a person or business).
      1. To force (oneself, one's presence or will, etc.) on another or others without right or invitation; obtrude
      2. To force oneself on or take unfair advantage of others:
      3. (Archaic) To place; put; deposit
      1. To set an estimated value on (property, etc.) for taxation
      2. (--- Sports) To charge (a player, coach, or team) with a foul or penalty.
      3. To set or determine the amount of (a payment, such as a tax or fine).
  3. To ask for urgently or insistently

    See also:

    request

Another word for exact

Verb
      1. To shout out in order to summon (a person).
      2. (Figuratively) To request, demand.
      3. To ask for in a loud voice.
      1. To turn or twist; esp., to pull or force away violently with a twisting motion
      2. To take possession of forcefully; seize or usurp:
      3. To distort or change the true meaning, purpose, use, etc. of; pervert; twist
      1. To obtain by coercion, intimidation, or psychological pressure:
      2. To obtain (something) by the criminal offense of extortion.
      3. To get (money, etc.) from someone by violence, threats, misuse of authority, etc.; exact or wrest (from)
      1. To get or bring about by force
      2. To force (a person) to do something; drive or constrain:
      3. To necessitate or require, as by force of circumstance; demand:
      1. To arrange (pages of type or plates) in a frame in the proper order of printing
      2. To force oneself on or take unfair advantage of others:
      3. To offer or circulate fraudulently; pass off:
      1. To state as a fact or as one's belief (something that may be called into question); assert
      2. To deserve or call for; require:
      3. To demand, ask for, or take as one's own or one's due:
      1. To demand as obligatory or appropriate:
      2. To be in need of; need
      3. To have as a requisite or necessity; need or depend on:
      1. (Law) To lay legal claim to; claim formally.
      2. To call for as necessary; require; need
      3. To require as useful, just, proper, or necessary; call for: