Thesaurus / minutely
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Kant has expounded his argument, and discussed its bearings fully and minutely, in his 'Kritik der Urtheilskraft,' sec.
THEISMROBERT FLINT
But a minutely literal interpretation of this phrase makes "on the third day" flatly erroneous.
In this way the miner travels in succession over every point of his field, and can pourtray its basin-shape most minutely.
He had never had occasion to define his efforts so minutely.
POLLY OF THE CIRCUSMARGARET MAYO
And in Turberviles Book of Hunting, 1575, the distribution of the various parts of a deer is minutely described.
THE ORNITHOLOGY OF SHAKESPEAREJAMES EDMUND HARTING
And this becomes sufficiently obvious when the circumstances attending the exhaustion of the soil are minutely examined.
He next carried him the psalter, which he and the wife who sat next him minutely inspected.
You see how minutely I am informed of your proceedings, though not from yourself.
But why should I so minutely detail every article exposed for sale in this great market?
A man irresolute merely because he was considering a proposed action too minutely would not feel this bewilderment.

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