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precise
used in And Then There Were None

4 uses
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Definition
exact (accurate)
  • Be a little more precise, my dear. To what in particular are you referring?
    p. 98.6
precise = clear
  • An apparently disembodied voice spoke to us all by name, uttering certain precise accusations against us.
    p. 54.9
  • precise = clearly expressed
  • Mr. Justice Wargrave, his eyes narrowed, said in his small precise clear voice: "H'm-very remarkable-what was the cause of death?"
    p. 88.3
  • precise = clear
  •   Vera said: "There's no one on the island-no one at all-except us two..." Her voice was a whisper-nothing more.
      Lombard said: "Precisely."
    p. 238.1
precisely = exactly
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