Definition of Meticulosity

1. Noun. Strict attention to minute details.




Definition of Meticulosity

1. Noun. (rare) Meticulousness; the state or quality of being meticulous.''Oxford English Dictionary'', 2nd ed., 1989. ¹

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Definition of Meticulosity

1. [n -TIES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Meticulosity

methyses
methysis
methysticin
methæmoglobin
metiamide
metic
metica
meticais
metical
meticals
meticas
meticillin
metics
meticulosities
meticulosity (current term)
meticulous
meticulously
meticulousness
metier
metiers
metif
metifs
meting
metipranolol
metis
metisse
metisses
metlegoglobin reductase
metmyoglobin

Literary usage of Meticulosity

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1. The Dial edited by Francis Fisher Browne (1916)
"6, Mr. Wm. H. Dali, whilst repudiating an excessive reverence for meticulosity, " in behalf of the dumb shade of the late William Henry Hurl- bert ..."

2. America in France by Frederick Palmer (1918)
"He was expressive of an extreme that amused an old civilization with its meticulosity. I was happy to tell him that our bacteriological experts had examined ..."

3. America in France by Frederick Palmer (1918)
"He was expressive of an extreme that amused an old civilization with its meticulosity. I was happy to tell him that our bacteriological experts had examined ..."

4. Primitive and Ancient Legal Institutions by Albert Kocourek, John Henry Wigmore (1915)
"For the same reason that the orthography of language develops an ever-increasing meticulosity, — in spite of the reformers of the moment, and in proportion ..."

5. The Centennial History of Illinois by Illinois Centennial Commission, Clarence Walworth Alvord (1920)
"... a meticulosity reserved for attendance at church; on other occasions the description of their costume preserved by the pen of Father Marest was correct: ..."

6. The New Eastern Europe by Ralph Butler (1919)
"Titles are not used in conversation with the irritating meticulosity which prevails in Prussian Junker circles : and within Society differences of rank ..."

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