punctiliously


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punc·til·i·ous

 (pŭngk-tĭl′ē-əs)
adj.
1. Strictly attentive to minute details of form in action or conduct. See Synonyms at meticulous.
2. Precise; scrupulous.

punc·til′i·ous·ly adv.
punc·til′i·ous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.punctiliously - in a punctilious manner; "he launched into a long history of the birth of communism, giving credit punctiliously to the work of Marx and Engels"
Translations

punctiliously

[pʌŋkˈtɪlɪəslɪ] ADVde modo puntilloso

punctiliously

advkorrekt; (= scrupulously, fastidiously) (+vb) → peinlich genau; (+adj) → peinlich; correcthöchst; he was punctiliously polite to his mother-in-lawer war äußerst korrekt gegenüber seiner Schwiegermutter

punctiliously

[pʌŋkˈtɪlɪəslɪ] advscrupolosamente, meticolosamente
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The sea-vultures all in pious mourning, the air-sharks all punctiliously in black or speckled.
That I did, punctiliously, and received an apostolic flesh-wound at Castlefidardo.
He listened with a deferential air to his remarks; he laughed punctiliously at his pleasantries; he seemed disposed to testify to his belief that Winterbourne was a superior young man.
William shut the door sharply, gave the address to the driver, and turned away, lifting his hat punctiliously high in farewell to the invisible lady.
His attentions were very marked, but they were so punctiliously arranged to meet the girl's every wish that she came to depend upon him more and more.
I was punctiliously exact in dealing with all the affairs of life that fell to my lot.
With all these oddities, there was not a neater, more scrupulously tidy, or more punctiliously ordered house, in Clerkenwell, in London, in all England.
Moderators should be punctiliously neutral, to the point of not questioning factual representations of debate participants whatsoever; that is the job of the other debaters.
This latest preoccupation is addressing once more the position of the painted garnishing surfaces on the initial two-dimensional flat masterpieces which are this time copies of other surfaces punctiliously chosen, these manifestly of ceramics origin, that he is also replicating as fourth generation images, since the maker is working from reproductions, on the multi fired head of Henriette.
He was not a political president, but everyone knew he was a punctiliously correct one.
It is simple to understand, punctiliously administered and the number of complaints the SPRC receives about its operations is, despite the latest coverage, negligible.
Kant's definition of the process by which the beautiful work of art is produced runs thus: the work must "agree punctiliously but not painstakingly with rules in accordance with which alone the product can become what it ought to be, that is, without the academic form showing through, i.