In its deliberations, the Court spent an inordinate amount of time—three years— meticulously investigating the case.
This is meticulously researched: We can stand by every statement it.
The hospital turned to Brantly, who is meticulously cautious and profoundly compassionate.
One thing is clear—the trial has been meticulously choreographed.
As Bree is meticulously polishing her silver, she dissolves from control freak into grieving widow.
What little hair he did have left was meticulously shaved off every morning.
Very often they are of all men the most meticulously mannered.
The ship's log, meticulously kept in neat round English script, told a story that was more than the bare bones of flight.
Others are meticulously insistent and exhaust all their challenges.
The voice was very gentle and pleasing to the ears, slowly and confidently spoken, meticulously articulated.
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.