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accurate adj.

VERBS be, prove His predictions proved accurate.

ADV. deadly, extremely, highly, very | amazingly, remarkably, surprisingly, uncannily | completely, perfectly, totally | not completely, not entirely, not quite, not strictly, not wholly The figures he gave were not strictly accurate. | partially | broadly, fairly, generally, largely, pretty, quite, reasonably, sufficiently | historically, statistically

PHRASES full and accurate He gave a full and accurate account of his movements.