In an accurate manner; exactly; precisely; without error or defect. (adverb)
Examples of word accurately
Anyone who think that Reinhardt quoted Palin accurately is a moron who is incapable of rational discussion of the subject.
Roger: Anyone who think that Reinhardt quoted Palin accurately is a moron who is incapable of rational discussion of the subject.
The title accurately summarizes our goal at EWG when it comes to toxics reform: we're changing legislation to be based on science, not assumptions.
The title accurately expresses the contents, which largely ignore the "middling sort."
_Leisure Hour_, a tolerably good cut of it was given, but the artist did not copy the label accurately, for on the photograph from which that cut was derived, _another name_ was rendered by _that_ sun, who pays no compliments and tells no lies.
The title accurately reflects the game's story, which takes place before the events of the original
Trailing an article that uses the term accurately ( "the first world champion from outside the British Isles in 30 years") with an innacurate statement on the front page of the website ( "first foreigner to win world title since 1980") shows how it can be easy to lazily conflate the geographical with the political while making poor Ken Doherty a subject of the British crown.
But, from my perspective, this label accurately describes classrooms whose seats are filled with children of color every day--especially considering that only 17% of fourth grade Hispanic students are at or above proficient in reading.