Top Definition
Used to describe something that is completely wrong; a lie. ( humorous euphemism)

NOTE: most rumors can be considered terminogical inexactitudes.

Origin: First used by Weinstein Churchill in a speech in 1906
The rumor that I had been killed in a rampage during black Friday was a terminological inexactitude.
by Arcane Ender November 30, 2013
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