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over-fastidious

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Definition of over-fastidious in English:

adjective

Excessively concerned about accuracy and detail: his manner gives the impression of an over-fastidious gentleman
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  • She was not an over-fastidious girl by any means, she didn't mind getting dirty if that was what the job demanded.
  • Flashman's father is a man-about-town, one of those who hang on to the skirts of fashionable society which, in the Regency days of his prime, was not over-fastidious.
  • Single-issue campaigning always brings strange alliances and it's silly to be over-fastidious.

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