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scru·pu·lous

 (skro͞o′pyə-ləs)
adj.
1. Conscientious and exact; painstaking. See Synonyms at meticulous.
2. Having scruples; principled.

[Middle English, from Old French scrupuleux, from Latin scrūpulōsus, from scrūpulus, scruple; see scruple.]

scru′pu·los′i·ty (-lŏs′ĭ-tē), scru′pu·lous·ness (-ləs-nĭs) n.
scru′pu·lous·ly adv.
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Adv.1.scrupulously - with extreme conscientiousness; "he came religiously every morning at 8 o'clock"
Translations
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scrupulously

[ˈskruːpjʊləslɪ] ADVescrupulosamente
scrupulously honest/cleansumamente honrado/limpio

scrupulously

[ˈskruːpjʊləsli] advscrupuleusement
to be scrupulously honest → être d'une honnêteté scrupuleuse

scrupulously

adv (= honestly, conscientiously)gewissenhaft; (= honourably) behavekorrekt; (= meticulously)sorgfältig; exact, cleanpeinlich; fair, carefuläußerst; he’s scrupulously careful about telling the truther nimmt es mit der Wahrheit äußerst or peinlichst genau; the old church has been scrupulously maintaineddie alte Kirche ist äußerst sorgfältig instand or in Stand gehalten worden

scrupulously

[ˈskruːpjʊləslɪ] advscrupolosamente
he tries to be scrupulously fair/honest → cerca di essere più imparziale/onesto che può

scrupulous

(ˈskruːpjuləs) adjective
careful in attending to detail, doing nothing wrong, dishonest etc. He is scrupulous in his handling of the accounts; scrupulous attention to instructions.
ˈscrupulously adverb
ˈscrupulousness noun
References in classic literature ?
A kerosene lamp sat on the table and the room, although almost bare of furniture, was scrupulously clean.
In the yard, which was kept scrupulously neat, were flowers and plants of every description which flourishes in South Louisiana.
Scrupulously washed and shaven, some of the soap appeared to have lingered in his eyes and inflamed the lids, even while it lent a sleek and shining lustre, not unlike his coat, to his smooth black hair.
There were also a few species of antique and hereditary flowers, in no very flourishing condition, but scrupulously weeded; as if some person, either out of love or curiosity, had been anxious to bring them to such perfection as they were capable of attaining.
Grose slowly got up, and I scrupulously added: "Unless, of course, we can prevent
But a day or two after, you look about you, and prick your ears in this self-same ship; and were it not for the tell-tale boats and try-works, you would all but swear you trod some silent merchant vessel, with a most scrupulously neat commander.
There is not on earth a more merciless exactor of love from others than a thoroughly selfish woman; and the more unlovely she grows, the more jealously and scrupulously she exacts love, to the uttermost farthing.
The buff calico was faded, but scrupulously clean, and starched within an inch of its life.
The candle, whose ray had been my beacon, burnt on the table; and by its light an elderly woman, somewhat rough-looking, but scrupulously clean, like all about her, was knitting a stocking.
I am not wont to be baffled in my enterprises, nor needs a Norman noble scrupulously to vindicate his conduct to the Saxon maiden whom be distinguishes by the offer of his hand.
He was joined at once by a gray whiskered gentleman, scrupulously dressed and mannered.
Don Quixote promised to follow his advice scrupulously, and it was arranged forthwith that he should watch his armour in a large yard at one side of the inn; so, collecting it all together, Don Quixote placed it on a trough that stood by the side of a well, and bracing his buckler on his arm he grasped his lance and began with a stately air to march up and down in front of the trough, and as he began his march night began to fall.