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methodical (adj.)

1560s, "pertaining to or characterized by method," from French methodique and directly from Late Latin methodicus, from Greek methodikos, from methodos (see method). Meaning "systematic, orderly" is by 1660s. Related: Methodically.

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Definitions of methodical

methodical (adj.)
characterized by method and orderliness;
a methodical scholar
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