1. having scruples; arising from a sense of right and wrong; principled;
2. characterized by extreme care and great effort;
Choosing a foundation of right of claim is a scientific and scrupulous legal intellection process.
There are many notes which indicate how scrupulous Jane was about facts.
Great men are seldom over scrupulous in the arrangement of their attire.
If you maintain scrupulous records, review them , and learn from them, your performance will improve.
They admired his scrupulous professional integrity.
Cynthia was scrupulous in her efforts to give no troubleWinston Churchill.
The nurse treated him with the most scrupulous care.
He is always scrupulous in taking his holidays.
Newspapers are considered the most scrupulous of all the media subsided by advertising.
The scrupulous civitily of mere acquaintancoship crept into his manner.
She is scrupulous about her dress.
You must take the most scrupulous care to keep the wound free from the dirt.
Agreeing to provide scrupulous stewardship of grant funds is a condition of all grant awards.
The scientists of the early twentieth century were in no mood for such scrupulous diffidence.
He's been scrupulous for not losing his job again.
Mr Jordan, for all his bragging, seems to have been a scrupulous and effective editor.
They have prevailed in a system that ruthlessly weeds out the timid and the scrupulous.
Only they are scrupulous about maintaining a professional aloofness.
A scrupulous man never fails to give back the borrowed money to its owner.
She is scrupulous to a degree.
Writing successfully depends upon your ability to read with scrupulous care, attention, and insight.
Poets are not so scrupulous as you are.
Of course, one should be scrupulous when drilling through the surface of a mural.
The details of RAF bombing missions over Germany are scrupulous.
You must be scrupulous about hygiene when you're preparing a baby's feed.
The Board is scrupulous in its consideration of all applications for licences.
I have been scrupulous about telling them the dangers.
You're being very scrupulous, but to what end?
Both readers commend Knutson for his scrupulous attention to detail.