fastidiousness

[ fa-stid-ee-uh s, fuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF fastidiousness
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Heyst's dread arose, not out of shame or timidity, but from his fastidiousness.

The attitude of warding off reveals itself as fastidiousness and as bashfulness.

But all the rich tremble before the fastidiousness of the poor.

Then I found you, Elfride, and I felt for the first time that my fastidiousness was a blessing.

Too much attention to dress and appearance is fastidiousness.

Fastidiousness is slavery to this or that particular style or fashion.

I would not permit these animals to laugh at any fastidiousness of mine.

It was the first time she had thought of his past with a sort of hurt pride and fastidiousness.

This reserve and fastidiousness were something rare in a pioneer community.

The excess, into which she never fell, might have been a sort of fastidiousness.

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