Definition of meticulously in US English:

meticulously

adverb

  • In a way that shows great attention to detail; very thoroughly.

    ‘a meticulously researched book’
    as submodifier ‘meticulously clean utensils’
    • ‘In unsettling contrast to its meticulously groomed environs, an aura of dilapidation pervades the site.’
    • ‘The Japanese architect devoted more than three decades to meticulously planning the building.’
    • ‘Throughout the process, he has meticulously planned every detail with the help of engineers.’
    • ‘His buildings are ideologically based, experientially nuanced, meticulously thought through.’
    • ‘In his work, buildings appear drenched in a sunlight, which plays over the meticulously painted brickwork.’
    • ‘Displayed on the gallery floor were seven disks made of synthetic hair, each meticulously combed out to a diameter of five feet.’
    • ‘The printer had to work meticulously to align the colors well along the lines.’
    • ‘She had meticulously recorded all the data concerning his labor.’
    • ‘He began meticulously glueing pieces of broken mirror glass onto the interior wood paneling.’
    • ‘The technique involves deconstructing the overall design into thousands of precise pieces, each meticulously positioned.’

Pronunciation

meticulously

/məˈtɪkjələsli//məˈtikyələslē/