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Use "preciseness" in a sentence
"The error of the century, not then exploded, was to observe it in the letter rather than in the spirit; to regard the order as an end rather than a means; and to seek in it not merely efficiency, which admits broad construction in positions, but preciseness, which is as narrowing as a brace of handcuffs."
"The Internet over-promised "preciseness," which really means it over-promised what might result from preciseness."
"The uncanny psychological preciseness of the show's creators continues to astound me, and it's nothing short of a miracle that they can capture the progress of an analytic treatment so well."