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Definition of "meticulously" []

  • Very precise about details, even trivial ones; painstaking (adjective)
  • In a meticulous manner. (adverb)

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Use "meticulously" in a sentence
  • "It’s no coincidence that 2006’s best scripted dramas — The Wire, HBO’s multi-season epic of inner-city Baltimore; and Children of Men, Alfonso Cuarón’s futuristic thriller — were studies in meticulously crafted “realness,” deploying naturalistic dialogue, decentered and chaotic action, stutter-step pacing, and a reporter’s eye for the telling detail."
  • "Kraby said Breivik had considered other possible targets to strike as he prepared what Norway's Police Security Service has described as a meticulously prepared attack by a lone culprit."
  • "And that finger snap notwithstanding, some songs feel a little too perfect, with every violin note in place, every word meticulously sculpted."
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