However, I must say you are not over-particular about secrecy.
That they could not be over-particular 222 in the wilderness, they had long since discovered.
I think he considered me over-particular about a small matter.
Even marriage was a rite about which the settlers were not over-particular.
Only, if it be, you need not be so over-particular about the slave-trade, it seems to me.
One never can tell, sir—a name's a name and females are sometimes not over-particular.
It is not over-particular as to soil, and may be increased by dividing the root in the spring.
They had confidence and the courage of youth, were bold, and not over-particular as to the means employed.
We must not be over-particular on that score, for, as the proverb says, 'a cat in mittens will never catch mice!'
Even Artisarlook—and an Eskimo is not over-particular—found difficulty in eating his breakfast.