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come into being, come out, enter, oblige, perform, play, take part, be created, be developed, be invented.
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Correct spelling:
precise
Definition:
Preciseness, precision.

Synonyms:

adjective
absolute
positive.
all
precise.
authoritative
definitive.
blow-by-blow
step by step, blow by blow, INDEPTH, in depth.
certain
some, singular, a few, several, upwards of, a couple, absolute, many.
clear-cut
unquestioned, clear cut, Sharp-cut.
correct
valid, undistorted, on target, stoner, accurate, unmistaken, veracious, righteous, right as rain, correct, free of error, suitable, exact, right, on the money, cooking with gas, on the beam, on the button, all-right, on track.
cut-and-dried
cut and dried, in the cards.
dead-on
by the book, dead on, unerring, on the mark, the point, absolutely right, very accurate, dead-center, dead center, to the point.
exact, accurate
individual, stringent, nice, literal, rigorous, strict, explicit, well-defined, determinate, narrow, actual, on the money, particular, circumscribed, express, categorical, right, rigid, on the button, restricted, definite, specific, clear-cut, on the nose, correct, absolute, proper, decisive, limited, fixed, unequivocal, very.
fastidious
literal, discerning, epicurean, squeamish, discriminating, punctilious, accurate, proper, meticulous, fussy, Qualmish, mincing, hypercritical, conscientious, delicate, picky, prim, critical, fastidious, flawless, methodical, particular, diligent, careful, dainty, exacting, choosy, rigorous, finicky, severe, demanding, persnickety, perspicacious, priggish, correct, scrupulous, prudish.
finite
terminable.
genteel
old-maidish.
impressionable
sensitive.
limited
limited.
literal
overt, prosaic, authentic, verbatim, accurate, actual, literal, explicit, exact.
methodical
grooved, well-regulated, structured.
meticulous, fastidious
genteel, prissy, scrupulous, formal, careful, punctilious, inflexible, finicky, Stickling, priggish, stuffy, fussy, choosy, exact, picky, stiff, persnickety, prim, ceremonious, uncompromising.
narrow
linear, straiter, Incapacious, threadlike.
old-maidish
oldmaidish, distingue, prim and proper.
on time
punctual.
ordered
disciplined, well-organized, peaceable, in order, law-abiding, all together.
orderly
systematic, ordered, uncluttered, to rights, neat as pin, in apple-pie order, in shape, neat as button.
perfect
a turn, to turn, bulls-eye, perfect, to a turn.
photographic
photographic, filmic, cinematic.
precise
exact, meticulous, accurate, proper, right, definite, strict, correct, rigorous.
proper
be fitting, out and out, be coming, on the right track.
punctual
on schedule, in good time.
scientific
deductive.
sensitive
Susceptive, turned on to, easily affected, hypersensitive, sensatory, sensory, reactive, touchy feely, oversensitive, sensile, tuned in, supersensitive, emotionable.
severe
brisk, prudish, spare, piquant, censorious, cutting, strait-laced, critical, bleak, authoritarian, raw, chilly, rigid, cool, basic, acute, keen, intolerant, tart, relentless, stiff-necked, exacting, grim, correct, intense, meticulous, frosty, fundamental, acerbic, draconian, rigorous, astringent, icy, dour, obdurate, hidebound, curt, abrupt, strict, stark, acrimonious, dry, caustic, harsh, puritanical, gruff, lean, spartan, brusque, inflexible, uncompromising, severe, imperial, crisp, blunt, disciplined, austere, stern, unbending, demanding, obstinate, short, stringent, oppressive, sharp, ascetic.
short
in a nutshell, Unsustained, decurtate, not protracted, shortest, breviloquent, unprolonged, terse, Curtate, cut to the bone, cut to bone, short, under-sized, compendiary, epigrammatic.
single
one.
sound
all there, well advised, got it together, well-founded, right-thinking.
special
quirky, definite, feature, characteristic, distinguishing, hallmark, special, specific, idiosyncratic, individual, keynote, particular, specialized, discriminating, different, peculiar.
tasteful
splendiferous, aesthetically pleasing, uptown, esthetic, in good taste.
trig
trigger.
true
washer, unfaked, Undesigning.
truthful
plainspoken, truth-telling, on up and up, honest.
veridical
veridical, matter of fact, ultraprecise.
vigilant
watchful, finical, observant, careful, thorough, prudent, regardful, scrupulous, vigilant, prepared, mindful, sharp-eyed, attentive, cautious, conscientious, guarded, diligent, fastidious, ready, strict, thoughtful, fussy, exacting, particular, heedful, responsible, meticulous, provident, alert.
adverb
orderly
systematic.
noun
exact
well-defined.
precise
microscopic, dead, very, pinpoint, meticulous, on the nose, correct, nice, exact, on the button, finespun, right, punctilious, skillful, accurate, hairsplitting, fine.
verb
limiting
definitive.
Examples of usage:
  1. The latter direction was given in precise terms. – The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  2. All that the surface commander knows is that there is a U- boat somewhere in his neighbourhood, but he does not know its precise location and so he is fighting more or less in the dark. – The Victory At Sea by William Sowden Sims Burton J. Hendrick
  3. It is about the middle of the night, precise date unknown. – Daybreak: A Romance of an Old World by James Cowan
  4. Many of us are unable to have any manner of sympathy with the precise doctrines and the forms of faith which Wesley taught. – A History of the Four Georges, Volume II (of 4) by Justin McCarthy
  5. With a purpose so strict, and a theory of religion so precise, there is usually little play for imagination or feeling. – Bunyan by James Anthony Froude

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