The ability of a measurement to match the actual value of the quantity being measured.(noun)
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Use "accuracy" in a sentence
"Like I say, the accuracy is a little troubling but I know it can be improved - but how on earth does this tiny little gun weigh 6 lbs???"
"Unproven Matt Prater has a booming leg on kickoffs, but his accuracy is the question mark."
"One way to judge the accuracy is the Bermuda grass rough that outlines the fairways."