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Pronunciation of Methodical: Learn how to pronounce Methodical in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word methodical:

adjective
characterized by method or orderliness; systematic
Derived Forms
meˈthodically adverb
meˈthodicalness noun

Example Sentences Including ‘methodical’

Above the noise came a sound of methodical , concentrated grunting and a bedstead bucking against the wall.
Robert Wilson INSTRUMENTS OF DARKNESS (2002)
Cruise describes himself as a binge writer while Griffiths is more methodical , a quality he appreciates.
GLOBE AND MAIL (2003)
I am an untidy worker and Maureen is very methodical , checking details and so on.
TIMES, SUNDAY TIMES (2004)
I’d have much preferred it if you’d taken twice as long but been more methodical in your approach work.
MacNeill, Alistair ALASTAIR MCLEAN’S ‘NIGHT WATCH’
Instead, they began a methodical search from cellar to roof.
TIMES, SUNDAY TIMES (2002)
Mobility was replaced by stalemate, impulsive reactions by methodical preparations.
De Groot, Gerard J. DOUGLAS HAIG, 1861-1928
She was methodical about where different keys hung, priding herself on the routine.
Butler, Gwendoline COFFIN IN FASHION
Slow and methodical preparation over three days had turned the craft by 115 ° to ensure it avoided a deflated air bag.
NEW SCIENTIST (2004)
The game assumes those who like intellectual challenges also like methodical searching, which is not always the case.
GLOBE AND MAIL (2004)