Rees paints a meticulous portrait of the post-9/11 community of Little Palestine and the tension of cultures trying to co-exist.
It took a special, meticulous kind of person to accomplish the undertaking, someone with brains, patience, and nerves of steel.
He was meticulous about his house, manicuring the lawn in front and desert landscaping on the side, she said.
Sylvia Plath wrote in her journals, and going by the meticulous recipe records she kept, she hardly ever stopped.
“This is a meticulous approach to premeditation,” argued Martinez.
Then he gave details of the affair; and he had as great a passion for the meticulous as a German historian.
At least in his early works, he was meticulous in his research.
The scheme of Ibsen's drama was too vast for the very minute and meticulous method he chose to adopt.
We must be artists as well as meticulous classifiers, cataloguers, and reasoners.
Neither had her father any of the misgivings so common and so hateful in meticulous old men.
1530s, "fearful, timid," from Latin meticulosus "fearful, timid," literally "full of fear," from metus "fear, dread, apprehension, anxiety," of unknown origin. Sense of "fussy about details" is first recorded in English 1827, from French méticuleux "timorously fussy." Related: Meticulosity.