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Synonyms for FASTIDIOUS

Usage Examples for FASTIDIOUS

  1. I have known Captain Marryat many years, and liked him from the first; but this circumstance, far from rendering me more indulgent to his novel, makes me more fastidious; for I find myself at all times more disposed to criticise the writings of persons whom I know and like than those of strangers: perhaps because I expect more from them, if, as in the present case, I know them to be very clever. - "The Idler in France" by Marguerite Gardiner
  2. And so she went on; not changing her life, from habit, from the captivity of nature, but weary, disappointed, fastidious, hungry, yet not knowing what she would have; yearning after something, she did not well know what. - "Callista" by John Henry Cardinal Newman