- 1(Of a person) fussy about their needs or requirements: a finicky eaterMore example sentences
- Success in that business comes not by understanding and meeting the demands of millions of finicky customers, but by cementing relationships with and winning the support of a handful of powerful decision-makers.
- He'll have to offer higher levels of service than he's used to, catering to finicky women who often demand multiple alterations.
- He said: ‘Sky-divers are finicky people, and are incredibly safety conscious.’
- 1.1Showing or requiring great attention to detail: his finicky copperplate handMore example sentences
- It is an arena in which far too much time is being spent attending to finicky details within details.
- And then - shocker - it turned out that the roboprojectors were finicky and unreliable and required careful, skilled supervision.
- But getting the figures and tables right, looking up all the data and resolving all the discrepancies - it's all finicky detail work.