Thesaurus / painstaking


While the ADA is painstaking in its mandates to avoid potential burdens, the ACAA has historically struggled to find the right balance.

Instead, it’s a painstaking recreation of the original hardware, with tweaks to introduce modern conveniences like high-definition video, wireless controllers and improvements to reliability, and so on.

Like any good cast iron cleaner, this scrub brush will get rid of the tough residue without ruining the painstaking seasoning that makes the cast iron so great for cooking.

At their core, these products represent intellectual property—decades of agricultural know-how, a unique climate, or painstaking investment have set them apart from every other product like them around the world.

He literally taught his pupils how to practice, how to develop technical control by the most slow and painstaking study.

Violin MasteryFrederick H. Martens

The genius of Tannahill was more circumscribed, and he was consequently more timid and painstaking.

"You said the house wanted cleaning from top to bottom," said the painstaking Mr. Chalk.

He knew his field and worked with the painstaking fidelity of the man who realizes the difficulty of his task.

She knew something of harmony, in a painstaking way; but at this moment she felt more than ever outside the house of song.

Rose MacLeodAlice Brown

Then, he drew with painstaking care a series of diagrams that repeated the information in pictograph form.

DeepfreezeRobert Donald Locke

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