There are great emergencies in which we do not fastidiously choose our words.
“It will indeed, for they must be very nicely done,” said Peggy fastidiously.
The Samoan had always been fastidiously cautious in guarding cash.
Fastidious as he was in all things, he was fastidiously deferential.
Still he must not be fastidiously critical about his friend.
"I suggest we adjourn to the commissary," Martin said fastidiously.
There was a Roman poet, fastidiously bound, and then–there was the Ritual.
He read slowly and fastidiously, and sought in literature for one thing alone.
Beatrice was fastidiously refined in some respects, and she thought of him as clean.
The less said about my discoveries the better for the fastidiously minded.