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Synonyms for painstaking

showing or marked by attentiveness to all aspects or details

Synonyms for painstaking

characterized by extreme care and great effort

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After having shown the public spirit of this praiseworthy little animal as a member of a community, and his amiable and exemplary conduct as the father of a family, we grieve to record the perils with which he is environed, and the snares set for him and his painstaking household.
All sports and occupations were suspended, excepting that in the lodges the painstaking squaws were silently busied in preparing the repasts for the warriors.
The preferment seemed to him in the nature of a well-merited reward for painstaking and intelligent service, and as a stepping stone to posts of greater importance and responsibility; but, on the other hand, he had been married to the Hon.
Without the painstaking and generous assistance of Mr.
The maps are the fruit of painstaking reasearch and have been shown in Congress.
THE barrister who led the case against child killer Robert Black has told how two decades of painstaking work ensured a conviction.
It's really fun but it's little bits at a time, so it's a little bit painstaking for me.
He said last night: "We will be conducting a more detailed examination of the body part which will be a fairly painstaking process.
POLICE investigating allegations of child abuse at a former children's home are expected to begin a painstaking search for clues today in a second underground room.
Chronicling him from his early youth to when he met and grew close to the woman he would later marry, John Audubon: Young Naturalist features an easy, flowing narrative style steeped heavily in painstaking research but also woven together with storytelling flair.
The drama comes alive through Austin native Jim Gough's engrossing presentation, and L'Amour's painstaking attention to detail and realism shine through as always, creating a vivid glimpse of struggle and survival on the harsh frontier.
Wayne Herschel presents in vast and colorful detail his painstaking conclusions after many years of study of these diverse 'star-maps' of antiquity.
All AMT articles have undergone a considered, anonymous, painstaking process of peer review by selected members of the Editorial Committee.
A work of impeccable scholarship and painstaking research, Preamble Border is a seminal benchmark reference for the significant activity on the Great Lakes for trade between its most active years of 1650 and 1990.
Pieribone and Gruber reveal the painstaking efforts of scientists to identify the mechanisms behind this mysterious light, including 19th-century work by Raphael Dubois, who coined the terms luciferase and luciferine to describe the catalyst and fuel for the biofluorescent reaction.