Part of speech:
Distinct and correct in sound or meaning:
Exactly the same; identical; (the) very same
Harsh, severe, or demanding:
Having no exact limits or having no limits at all
Free from error or fault; true or accurate.
Extremely careful to do the precisely right, proper, or correct thing in every last detail; most punctilious
Arranged or proceeding in regular, systematic order:
Requiring others to work hard or meet high expectations:
To call for as necessary; require; need
To be in need of; need
Claim means to take or assert ownership of something or to state something as true.
To arrange (pages of type or plates) in a frame in the proper order of printing
To compel is to force someone do something or make something happen.
To obtain (something) by the criminal offense of extortion.
Wrest is to take something by force or with considerable difficulty.
Careful and exact
Precise and clear in meaning; explicit
Accurately or thoroughly done or made; painstaking
Stern or forbidding, as in manner or appearance:
Fully and clearly expressed; leaving nothing implied:
Designating or of a portion, part, or sample of a chemical, medicine, etc.
Demanding great effort or labor; difficult:
In accord with prescribed or customary usage; rigidly formal.
Thorough and assiduous:
Most nearly complete and accurate; authoritative
Determinate is defined as something with a precise or exact form or limit.
The definition of exacting is making excessive demands, or requiring great patience and effort.
The definition of exigent is pressing, demanding or urgent.
Giving the original or earlier meaning of a word; etymological
Extremely or excessively careful about details; scrupulous or finicky
Troublesome or oppressive; burdensome.
(--- Now Rare) Involving drudgery; laborious
Not loose or vague; exact or precise:
Conforming to a rule or pattern; exact; accurate.
Following the original word for word
The quality or state of being accurate or exact; precision; exactness
Full, detailed information on a subject or issue:
Definitude […] is a knowledge of minute differences. — Sir W. Hamilton.
The state or quality of being determinate
The state or quality of being precise; exactness.
An exact written description of an invention by an applicant for a patent.
To deserve and receive as due; exact:
To draw out, bring out, bring forth (something latent); to obtain information from someone or something.
To enforce is described as to compel someone to abide by a rule, law or order.
At the same time as; already; just:
To derive or obtain (information, for example) from a source.
(Informal) Very well:
To impose a tax, fine, or other punishment on (a person or business).
To square is to settle or make even.
To give vent or free play to (one's anger, malice, rage, etc.)
Imprecisely or indefinitely conceived or stated
The definition of inaccurate is something incorrect or wrong.
More or less correct or exact
Marked by or exhibiting a lack of reliability.
Unstudied or effortless:
To offer in good faith; pledge:
In or into a satisfactory state or condition:
Corresponding with reality or facts
Faithful to the original:
Complete in every particular:
To squeeze is defined as to compress or put pressure on something particularly to make room or get something out.
To turn using a wrench:
To twist, squeeze, or compress, especially so as to extract liquid. Often used with out :
To shake someone so money falls from their pockets.
To require stockholders and partners to fill the need for additional capital by making additional contributions to their corporation or partnership.
To urge or force to an action:
(Obs.) Held in respect; honorable
Relating to, being, or having value reckoned by actual purchasing power:
In conformity with regular practice or procedure:
To establish and apply as compulsory
From start to finish; through
Request means to ask for something.
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