exacting (Meaning)

Wordnet

exacting (a)

having complicated nutritional requirements; especially growing only in special artificial cultures

Wordnet

exacting (s)

severe and unremitting in making demands

requiring precise accuracy

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exacting (p. pr. & vb. n.)

of Exact

Webster

exacting (a.)

Oppressive or unreasonably severe in making demands or requiring the exact fulfillment of obligations; harsh; severe.

exacting Sentence Examples

  1. The exacting teacher demanded perfection from her students.
  2. The new manager had an exacting work ethic and expected the same from his employees.
  3. The chef was known for his exacting standards and refused to serve anything less than perfect.
  4. The scientist conducted an exacting experiment to test his hypothesis.
  5. The surgeon performed an exacting operation that saved the patient's life.
  6. The architect designed an exacting blueprint for the new building.
  7. The artist spent days on an exacting painting, capturing every detail of the scene.
  8. The detective conducted an exacting investigation, leaving no stone unturned.
  9. The negotiator was known for his exacting skills, always getting the best deal for his clients.
  10. The athlete trained with exacting precision, determined to reach her full potential.

FAQs About the word exacting

having complicated nutritional requirements; especially growing only in special artificial cultures, severe and unremitting in making demands, requiring precise

choosey, pernickety, finical, fastidious, fussy, meticulous, nice, finicking, choosy, demanding

lax, relaxed, unfussy, breezy, low-pressure, carefree, lenient, relaxed, loose, loose

The exacting teacher demanded perfection from her students.

The new manager had an exacting work ethic and expected the same from his employees.

The chef was known for his exacting standards and refused to serve anything less than perfect.

The scientist conducted an exacting experiment to test his hypothesis.