finicky[ fin-i-kee ]SEE DEFINITION OF finicky
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FINICKY
Some were finicky as to their officers, and waited until they should be satisfied.
Who was this finicky party with the willow-ware eyes, anyway?
Kitty was the only Maynard who was finicky about her clothes.
Married one of these up-dee-dee, poetry-reading, finicky women.
Finicky ladies don't get two invitations into the Treadwell.
This reasoning is not finicky, but very profound; accept it in the right spirit.
Well, I too feel that way at times: we all have finicky moments.
It was a revelation to Rose of the elegancies of a dainty, finicky girl's toilet.
Women of this class are finicky housekeepers in their own homes.
I was too morbid and finicky and exacting for a healthy man.