One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
With great care and thoroughness.‘the property has been painstakingly restored by its current owners’
- ‘Only inches high, they are painstakingly crafted out of foreign newspapers available in London.’
- ‘In his hands, pollen—painstakingly, ritualistically gathered bit by bit over months—becomes luminous art.’
- ‘Each unit has little wrinkles at its lip from the paper painstakingly pasted over the cardboard structure.’
- ‘In the traditional darkroom, a photographer would painstakingly figure out a 'recipe' for making each print.’
- ‘They painstakingly isolated more than 6,000 virgin females from which they collected pheromone chemicals.’
- ‘The Chilean artist, who works in Mexico City, offered small framed stitched objects that painstakingly replicate fragments of his own clothing.’
- ‘In the morning, legions of women street-sweepers painstakingly clean every corner of the city.’
- ‘He filled these interiors with diminutive tools of the given trade, all painstakingly crafted by his own hands.’
- ‘The lawyer provides a painstakingly thorough account of affair.’
- ‘The painstakingly crafted detail has always been the essence of a Grimshaw building.’
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