“Maarten is a fictional character, but his life intersects with real events—and they are scrupulously accurate,” Mason explained.
Objects are scrupulously labeled by name, manufacturer, and material.
But the Los Angeles Times says the book is "full of strong reporting" and "scrupulously even-handed."
In the convention, Washington scrupulously followed the gag rule, so his thoughts on the proceedings are somewhat unknown.
The Hippocratic injunction to “first, do no harm,” should be scrupulously respected.
Nicholas Longworth was neither an enlightened nor a public-spirited man; but, like most of his race, he was scrupulously honest.
Many of these people are kind, benevolent, scrupulously moral.
Everything that once belonged to Bridau was scrupulously preserved.
If Lucy happened to come, you may be sure that I should be scrupulously polite.'
Everything is scrupulously clean, and the cattle women are working hard all the long daylight hours.