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exact

adjective accurate, admitting of no deviation, allowing no departure from the standard, careful, clear cut, close, correct, defined, detailed, diligens, exactus, explicit, express, faithful, literal, meticulous, minute, particular, plain, precise, punctilious, punctual, right, rigid, specific, strict, true to fact, undeviating, unexaggerated, verbatim, with no mistake, without error
Associated concepts: exact copy

exact

verb ask for, assess, call for, charge, claim, clamor for, coerce, compel, constrain, cry for, demand, deeand payment, demand toll, draw from, dun, elicit, enjoin, extort, force, force payment, impel, impose, impose a duty, impose a tax, insist upon, lay a duty on, lay claim to, levy, make an authoritative request, make deeands, make obligatory, make pay, make requisition, mulct, necessitate, obligate, oblige, order, press, require, require authoritatively, requisition, squeeze, task, tax, threaten, toll, urge, wrench, wrest, wring
Associated concepts: certified copy, exact copy
See also: absolute, accurate, acquire, actual, apparent, appropriate, assess, attach, authentic, bind, brief, call, certain, charge, clear, close, coerce, coherent, command, compel, conclusive, constrain, decree, definite, definitive, demand, detailed, diligent, direct, dun, enforce, enjoin, excise, explicit, express, extort, factual, faithful, genuine, honest, identical, impose, insist, instruct, laconic, levy, literal, meticulous, narrow, necessitate, need, obligate, particular, precise, prescribe, press, punctilious, punctual, realistic, reliable, request, require, right, rigid, said, secure, seize, specific, strict, stringent, subtle, systematic, tax, true, unambiguous, undistorted, verbatim
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Crockett's persona went marching onward after his death in that un-winnable battle, due largely to the efforts of those antiquarians who tirelessly sift through the detritus of legend to determine the exactitudes of who-did-what and who-was-shot-by-whom.