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Hello everyone,

Is the adjective "meticulous" used correctly in the following sentence?

Eg. He is meticulous.

Regards,

JA

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It is customary to say in what regard he is meticulous.

He is meticulous in his dress; you will never see a dab of mud on his shoes or a speck of lint on his jacket and every hair on his head will be in place.
He is meticulous when he shaves; he never cuts himself.

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Joseph AHe is meticulous.

Fine.

CJ

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