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used in The Namesake

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giving careful attention to detail


excessively concerned with cleanliness or matters of taste
  • He is fastidious about his clothing; their first argument had been over a sweater she'd shrunk in the washing machine.
    Chapter 1 (44% in)
fastidious = giving careful attention to detail
  • There had been the same parties to attend when they were growing up, the same episodes of The Love Boat and Fantasy Island the children watched as the parents feasted in another part of the house, the same meals served to them on paper plates, the carpets lined with newspapers when the hosts happened to be particularly fastidious.
    Chapter 8 (76% in)

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