Meaning of methodic in English:


Pronunciation /mɪˈθɒdɪk/


See methodical

‘The overall effect is one of methodic restraint in the presentation of ideas, and the importance of each underlying sound.’
  • ‘The drill team clicked and clapped and stomped, their feet and guns a methodic waltz between human and machine.’
  • ‘That's the careful, methodic, very adult mind of someone planning to hurt another person.’
  • ‘With this owner, time mattered, but the regular checks were methodic and orderly.’
  • ‘What's rather unique about this album is their dedication to structure, their deliberate attentiveness to carving the outlines of each song with methodic gusto.’