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From Latin meticulōsus (full of fear, timid, fearful, terrible, frightful) from metus (fear) and -culōsus, extracted from perīculōsus (perilous).

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Meticulous (comparative more Meticulous, superlative most Meticulous)

Positive
Meticulous

Comparative
more Meticulous

Superlative
most Meticulous

  1. (archaic) Timid, fearful, overly cautious.
  2. Characterized by very precise, conscientious attention to details.

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