Definition of methodically in English:

methodically

adverb

  • In an orderly or systematic manner.

    ‘we worked slowly and methodically through all procedures’
    • ‘In his counterattack, he methodically defends himself against each of his enemy's charges.’
    • ‘The talented Spanish director is methodically building a character study.’
    • ‘Methodically feathered brushstrokes create a dark, shimmering vortex from which light seems poised to escape.’
    • ‘She quietly and dreamily lowered herself into his arms, and he methodically marched off with her.’
    • ‘Such climactic scenes are methodically constructed through the unfolding of otherwise uneventful plots.’
    • ‘Methodically panning surveillance cameras affixed to each construction delivered a live feed of the action to nearby wall-mounted monitors.’
    • ‘She methodically keeps a spreadsheet of the pieces she owns.’
    • ‘He began his career in the 1930s, methodically studying gall wasps.’
    • ‘He directs at a mannerly pace, building his themes methodically.’
    • ‘Some of the police station footage has a fresh, almost documentary feel, as then-new technologies like fingerprint analysis are methodically examined.’

Pronunciation

methodically

/məˈθɒdɪkli/