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- He was, his son remembered, morally meticulous...Chapter 4 (41% in)
meticulous = careful in every detail
- In appearance he was tidy and meticulous, storklike and slender—though not so thin as Art Moran—and wore his starched trousers high on his narrow waist and his scant hair slicked from right to left with pomade.Chapter 5 (2% in)
- She put her coat on and then, sitting up, began meticulously to brush the moss from her hair.Chapter 14 (95% in)
- Alexander Van Ness ate meticulously, wiping his hands on his napkin often and smiling at the others, saying nothing.Chapter 30 (**% in)
There are no more uses of "meticulous" in Snow Falling on Cedars.
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