methodic[ muh-thod-i-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF methodic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR METHODIC
We must learn from Germany what methodic and organized work means.
He was methodic, guarded, and very cold in the presence of strangers.
He could rather, it seems to me, belong to the so-called Methodic School.
A little madness was a splendid thing, but it must be methodic.
He maintained his serenity, and calmly calculated pounds and shillings with all the methodic coolness of a banker's clerk.
The ingenious and methodic skill, however, entirely belongs to the old builders.
In education, then, this is the question of questions, which it is high time we discussed in some methodic way.
Well for him his faith in astrology, for by it the Prince of India was able to hold him to methodic preparation.
He was fond of playing truant—declared, indeed, that he was about as methodic a truant as ever could have existed.
A Saxon race, protected by an insular position, has stamped its diligent and methodic character on the century.