Word of the day: Punctilious

PUNCTILIOUS

Definition from Merriam-Webster
marked by or concerned about precise accordance with the details of codes or conventions

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: marked by or concerned about precise accordance with the details of codes or conventions
— punc·til·i·ous·ly adverb

— punc·til·i·ous·ness noun

First Known Use
1634

Related Synonyms:
Synonyms: correct, decorous, formal, nice, proper, ceremonious, starchy, stiff, stiff-necked, stilted

Antonyms: casual, easygoing, informal, laid-back, unceremonious

Word of the Day: Codicil

CODICIL

Definition from Merriam-Webster
1: a legal instrument made to modify an earlier will
2: appendix, supplement

Origin
Middle English codicill, from Anglo-French *codicille, from Latin codicillus, diminutive of codic-, codex

First Known Use: 15th century

Related
Synonyms: afterword, appendix, addendum, excursus, supplement
Antonyms: foreword, introduction, preface, prologue