Thesaurus / fastidiously
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Towards ladies, his manner was always most fastidiously delicate and courteous.

But you needn't dismiss her altogether from your fastidiously romantic soul merely because she has belonged to another.

His taste, too, is fastidiously unerring; there is never a swerve beyond the cobweb boundaries of the line of beauty.

We flee from deadly horrors of climate to be fastidiously critical.

Kit, somewhat embarrassed, was shown into the manager's room and received by a little, fastidiously neat Spanish gentleman.

Kit Musgrave's LuckHarold Bindloss

"We don't want dirty little boyth," murmured Cuthbert fastidiously.

More WilliamRichmal Crompton

The less said about my discoveries the better for the fastidiously minded.

Kitchener's MobJames Norman Hall

There was a Roman poet, fastidiously bound, and then–there was the Ritual.

The MissourianEugene P. (Eugene Percy) Lyle

He was fastidiously exclusive, and no guest at the cottage ever succeeded in making up to him.

Love of LifeJack London

The snail extended a cool cautious tentacle,—recoiled it fastidiously and shaped a new course.

IdolatryJulian Hawthorne

WORDS RELATED TO FASTIDIOUSLY

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.