Definition of picky in English:


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Pronunciation: /ˈpɪki

adjective (pickier, pickiest)

Fussy and hard to please: they are becoming increasingly picky about where they stay
More example sentences
  • He also recalls the challenges of trying to please a picky female client who owned four airplanes and several boats.
  • Adults are fussy and picky; adults only want to deal in logic and real life.
  • To get the downsides out of the way first, our test sample was very picky with the hard drives we used.



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  • In my pickiness, I rejected all of the candidates.
  • Not to be picky, but I think your otherwise legitimate critique of pickiness as a rejection of goodness is missing the larger point.
  • And sometimes announcing the joy of being in a couple isn't about smugness, it's about celebrating that pickiness can sometimes work out.

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