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We are about of a size, and I think I shall be able to meet your most fastidious taste.
To say my fastidious relatives want me to go home, which would mean leaving you behind.
There are many people whose taste in fiction is so fastidious that the sight of dialect in a novel makes them refuse to read it.
WHY WE SHOULD READS. P. B. MAIS
His mother, a beautiful and fastidious woman, who lived in luxury, left him a penniless orphan of sixteen.
REPERTORY OF THE COMEDIE HUMAINE, COMPLETE, A -- ZANATOLE CERFBERR AND JULES FRANOIS CHRISTOPHE
Fortunately there was no grossness, no clownishness of behavior, which would have irreparably offended his fastidious taste.
ROSE CHARLITTEMARSHALL SAUNDERS
The man's fastidious soul revolted from the idea of using Paul's money to pay his wife's bills.
But let no reader of fastidious taste disturb his temper by the study of Dante.
DANTE. AN ESSAY.R. W. CHURCH
In the matter of dress, Valentine was fastidious to a degree.
THE HAUNTED HOMESTEADE. D. E. N. SOUTHWORTH
I was beginning to be fastidious, but I had never told my wishes.
One need not be fastidious in choosing a mania: to be good it has only to be inexhaustible.
VERY WOMANREMY DE GOURMONT

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