Sentence for fastidious | Use fastidious in a sentence

Sentences with fastidious. The sentences below are ordered by length from shorter and easier to longer and more complex. They use fastidious in a sentence, providing visitors a sentence for fastidious.

  • She is fastidious. (4)
  • And that something fastidious in the soul of Soames turned over within him. (8)
  • At this period an insatiate appetite is accompanied by a fastidious palate. (10)
  • Gyp, his fastidious perfect Gyp, succumbing, even a little to a fellow like that! (8)
  • In his fastidious chastity, the opinion he had held of Fort was suddenly lowered. (8)
  • The special fastidious shyness of his face attracted those accustomed to another kind of face. (8)
  • And he was really a very pleasing young man, a young man whom any woman not fastidious might like. (4)
  • The remembrance of her fastidious pride, her candour, above all her passivity cut in across his fear. (8)
  • She was conducted to a drawing-room, which, though not in her style, showed every mark of fastidious elegance. (8)
  • He was at the same time haughty, reserved, and fastidious, and his manners, though well-bred, were not inviting. (4)
  • They permeate the educated atmosphere of fastidious clubs as extensively as they do the ignorant miasma of vulgar saloons. (16)
  • If she inherited from him that fastidious sense of form, she also inherited his capacity for putting all her eggs in one basket. (8)
  • It may be that as we grow older and our satisfaction with our own looks wanes, we become more fastidious as to the looks of others. (9)
  • The greater the pleasure he took in her society, the more scrupulously fastidious he became, just a matter-of-fact and friendly uncle. (8)
  • As to Falstaff personally, or his like, I was rather fastidious, and would not have made friends with him in the flesh, much or little. (9)
  • He was fastidious about the color and fit of his clothes, the furnishing and arrangement of his rooms, and other details of everyday life. (3)
  • But in bearing my witness I feel accused, almost as if he were present; by his fastidious reluctance from any recognition of his helpfulness. (9)

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Definition of fastidious:

  • fastidious, fas-tid’i-us, adj. affecting superior taste: over-nice: difficult to please. | adv. fastid’iously. | n. fastid’iousness. (0)

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