- I would not be so fastidious as you are cried bingley "for a kingdom!
- Overparticular about trivial details; fastidious.
- Overdelicate or fastidious; fussy.
- Excessively fastidious and easily disgusted.
- The lines of his fastidious face showed a vague disquietude.
- She wasn't very fastidious about personal hygiene.
- She is fastidious in her dress.
- She has a fastidious and incisive intellect.
- With makings fastidious fabrics is exquisite and rich tenacity charge for the making of sth.careful pack creditable use comfortable moisture absorption to breathe freely alone all individual character.
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- At much the same time he supplied less fastidious appetites with a farce which was a free adaptation of the menoechmi of plautus and that laughter might be the louder he added to its plot inventing two servants exactly like each other to balance the close resemblance between their masters.
- Her face a marvel was the object of her most fastidious attentions.it was quite small and as musset might have said her mother had surely made it so to ensure it was fashioned with care.
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- In a fastidious and painstaking manner.
- There is what is known as the tianshan antelope the snow pheasant which is a rare delicacy the roe deer whose meat is a treat to the most fastidious palate and deer and big-horn sheep that weigh over50kgs apiece.