- What word might describe an answer to a problem?
- How do you call someone who asks a lot of questions?
- What do you call someone that wants to know everything?
- What do you call someone who notices everything?
- What do you call someone who doesn’t notice things?
- What is a word for seeing things differently?
- What’s a meticulous person?
- Is being meticulous a good thing?
- Is meticulous a compliment?
- What does the word meticulous mean in English?
What word might describe an answer to a problem?
Answer, rejoinder, reply, response, retort all mean words used to meet a question, remark, charge, etc.
How do you call someone who asks a lot of questions?
Asking a lot of questions and wanting to know things – thesauruscurious. adjective. someone who is curious wants to find out about something.inquisitive. adjective. questioning. adjective. inquiring. adjective. nosy. adjective. curiously. adverb. curiosity. noun. nosey. another spelling of nosy.
What do you call someone that wants to know everything?
A pantomath is a person who wants to know and knows everything. In theory, a pantomath is not to be confused with a polymath in its less strict sense, much less with the related but very different terms philomath and know-it-all.
What do you call someone who notices everything?
Question : What can we call a person who notices everything or very quickly? Answer : Such a person is called “astute”. Such a person thinks on their feet. They have a heightened sense of awareness. They are acutely aware of everyone and everything around them.
What do you call someone who doesn’t notice things?
inattentive. adjective. not giving much attention to someone or something.
What is a word for seeing things differently?
What is another word for seeing things?having delusionsfantasisingUKimagining thingsseeing pink elephantshaving delirium tremensseeing visionsblowing one’s mindhaving hallucinationsvisualizingUSfreaking out9
What’s a meticulous person?
Someone who is meticulous pays extreme attention to detail. If that person is, say, your surgeon or your accountant, you’ll definitely want them to be meticulous!
Is being meticulous a good thing?
It is usually very positive, as with many such descriptive words, but also can be negative, for example: He is meticulous to a fault because he often neglects responsibilities that are just as important because of the extra time he spends with the lawn and flower beds.
Is meticulous a compliment?
“Meticulous” is a positive word. A negative word to describe someone who pays attention to details is “fussy”: She can be rather fussy about money.
What does the word meticulous mean in English?
taking or showing extreme care about minute details; precise; thorough: a meticulous craftsman; meticulous personal appearance. finicky; fussy: meticulous adherence to technicalities.