punctilio

[ puhngk-til-ee-oh ]SEE DEFINITION OF punctilio

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Punctilio at an end, the moment she is out of her father's house.

Punctilio is out of doors the moment you are out of your father's house.

But if you cannot despise and hate him—if you care not to break with him, you must part with some punctilio's.

Punctilio will, at any time, stand for reason with such an one.

Very honorable indeed; but at this moment we must waive a punctilio.

With her, punctilio is politeness; dissipation, life; and levity, spirit.

I regret that I gave in to the punctilio: but I would not part with the idea.

Mr. Fenellan repeated, in a pause, 'Punctilio,' and not emphatically.

Fenellan, would have discharged an extinguisher on punctilio in emission.

And in what way had he offered a hint to bring on him the charge of punctilio?

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