The recipe is inexact; a crazy mix of luck, audacity, and moxie.
Given the nature of the crimes and the climate in which they were committed, the numbers themselves are inexact.
This, be it said in parenthesis, was "inexact," the visit had been made eight days before.
Is it then the results of Biological science which are “inexact”?
But the budget book made her realize how inexact were her finances.
The illustrations are inexact, and the explanations are meagre and unsatisfactory.
Suddenly they ceased, frozen with a new and splendid wonder, for their descriptive phrase was now inexact.
That is to say: two inexact, two doubtful, and twelve accurate details.
To say he was surprised were inexact, for he had long since left that sentiment behind him.
And yet, too, like most inexact men, he was a rare stickler for certain niceties.