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meticulous
used in Sycamore Row

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Definition
treating details with great care
  • Their ace jury consultant, Myron Pankey, was going on about their meticulous research when Herschel arrived.
    p. 479.9
  • Jake found a pair of scissors and meticulously cut a thin ribbon of paper from one end of the envelope, the end opposite the return address, close to the stamp but far enough away to preserve everything.
    p. 27.1
  • It covered two pages, and the handwriting was in near perfect lines, as though Seth had meticulously used a straightedge of some variety.
    p. 31.6
  • He'd been an all-American at Alcorn State in the mid-1970s and, evidently, had been meticulous about preserving his memories.
    p. 34.8
  • Over the last month, he had meticulously cleaned out his desk and drawers and taken away everything of interest.
    p. 52.8
  • On the one hand, he seems to have planned his death in meticulous detail, as if he knew exactly what he was doing.
    p. 99.6
  • Cheating was often hard to cover and required meticulous planning, but they were skilled.
    p. 333.9

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