Precisian

Pre┬Ěci'sian noun 1. One who limits, or restrains. [ Obsolete] 2. An overprecise person; one rigidly or ceremoniously exact in the observance of rules; a formalist; -- formerly applied to the English Puritans. « The most dissolute cavaliers stood aghast at the dissoluteness of the ...
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Precisian

• (n.) One who limits, or restrains. • (n.) An overprecise person; one rigidly or ceremoniously exact in the observance of rules; a formalist; -- formerly applied to the English Puritans.
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precisian

precisian, precisianism 1. The quality of being sharply or exactly defined; for example, a measurement with three significant figures is more precise than a measurement with two; a degree of accuracy. 2. In statistics, the extent to which a measurement procedure gives the same results when repeated under identical conditions. 3. Someone who is con...
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precisian

overly precise person; formalist
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