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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfinickyfin‧i‧cky /ˈfɪnɪki/ adjective  1 CAREFULtoo concerned with unimportant details and small things that you like or dislike syn fussy She’s very finicky about what she eats.2 CAREFULneeding to be done very carefully, while paying attention to small details syn fiddly a finicky job
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finickyHe thought Blanche was being too finicky.He is slightly finicky and a little superstitious.I get really finicky and picky.Tonya was a finicky eater when she was little.Then, perhaps, the finicky felines will deign to dip their tongues into the clean water you offer them.It is a monumental task, performed through thousands upon thousands of finicky observations and measurements.
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