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adjective: Extremely careful, precise, or thorough.
From Latin meticulosus (fearful), from metus (fear). Originally the term meant one who was fearful and eventually it acquired a positive sense.
“It was a movement that required the meticulous precision of a master surgeon.”
George Pelletier; A Christmas Story in Two Parts Eggnog; Nashua Telegraph (New Hampshire); Dec 24, 2009.
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