Free from error; true; the state of having an affirmed truth. (adjective)
With good manners; well behaved; conforming with accepted standards of behaviour. (adjective)
To make something that was not valid become right. To remove error. (verb)
To grade (examination papers). (verb)
To inform (someone) of the latter's error. (verb)
Examples of word correct
_substantially_ correct, she neither declared nor implied that they were not taught in a manner absolutely correct, but ... as all who believe that they are set forth in a manner _absolutely correct_, believe, necessarily, that they are taught in a manner _substantially_ correct; for that which is absolute embraces that which is substantial and something more; she simply makes an affirmation, so far as two classes
Of course, "Survivor: Panama Exile Island" -- let me get the title correct -- is going to make its premier tomorrow night on CBS.
I say chaps, if you are going to write about a book you should at least get the title correct: it is, 'heaven + earth'.
I was off sick on Wednesday and went to the doctor, who told me I have -- let me get the term correct -- "bullous myringit, is."
Look for the paper "National Security Policy of the United States", if I have the term correct in memory.