scrupulously


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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"
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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 brilliant frigate captain, a man of sound judgment, of dashing bravery and of serene mind, scrupulously concerned for the welfare and honour of the navy, he missed a larger fame only by the chances of the service.
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.
The men were of all sorts, old and young, tall and short; but every one had tried to make himself smart for the interview with the manager: they had carefully brushed hair and scrupulously clean hands.
They wore every variety of dress, from that of the desperate thimble-rig bully, with velvet waistcoat, fancy neckerchief, gilt chains, and filagreed buttons, to that of the scrupulously inornate clergyman, than which nothing could be less liable to suspicion.
In the yard, which was kept scrupulously neat, were flowers and plants of every description which flourishes in South Louisiana.
Grose slowly got up, and I scrupulously added: "Unless, of course, we can prevent
The best of fare was spread upon the cabin tables at breakfast, lunch, dinner, and the eight o'clock supper, and the ladies scrupulously changed their toilets twice a day; and the hours were whirled away, when the sea was tranquil, with music, dancing, and games.
The blankets and other coverings are then removed from the surrounding herbage; all tracks are obliterated; the grass is gently raised by the hand to its natural position, and the minutest chip or straw is scrupulously gleaned up and thrown into the stream.
I will add that his finger-nails were scrupulously attended to, and that he meant to marry a well-educated young lady (as yet unspecified) whose person was good, and whose connections, in a solid middle-class way, were undeniable.
The two principal ornaments of his drawing-room were those two leaves from the Bible of Cornelius de Witt, in large golden frames; one of them containing the letter in which his godfather enjoined him to burn the correspondence of the Marquis de Louvois, and the other his own will, in which he bequeathed to Rosa his bulbs under condition that she should marry a young man of from twenty-six to twenty-eight years, who loved her and whom she loved, a condition which was scrupulously fulfilled, although, or rather because, Cornelius did not die.
He had been scrupulously careful to take no unfair advantage of his opportunity, when he had removed her from the meeting, and when they had walked together, with hardly a creature to observe them, in the lonely outskirts of the town.
The accounts having been examined, and found to be scrupulously correct, he declined accepting the balance of salary that was offered to him.