Definition of Meticulosities
1. meticulosity [n] - See also: meticulosity
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Meticulosities
Literary usage of Meticulosities
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Opera, Past and Present: An Historical Sketch by William Foster Apthorp (1901)
"... hair-splitting meticulosities, and hazy dreams. With due insight for a reagent, an enormous mass of useless matter can be precipitated out from it, ..."
2. John Chinaman and a Few Others by Edward Harper Parker (1902)
"... in their own dens when they bothered me too much with their meticulosities. I was sauntering along the Nevski Prospekt one summer's day, ..."