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used in Sense and Sensibility

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giving careful attention to detail


excessively concerned with cleanliness or matters of taste
  • That Marianne, fastidious as she was, thoroughly acquainted with Mrs. Jennings' manners, and invariably disgusted by them, should overlook every inconvenience of that kind...
    Chapter 25 (40% in)
fastidious = excessively concerned with matters of taste
  • He is fastidious and will have an affectation of his own.
    Chapter 18 (34% in)

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