fastidious definition

  • adjective:
    • Possessing or displaying cautious, meticulous focus on information.
    • hard to kindly; exacting.
    • Excessively scrupulous or delicate, especially in issues of style or propriety. See Synonyms at careful.
    • Microbiology Having difficult health requirements.
    • Excessively particular, demanding, or fussy about details, particularly about tidiness and cleanliness.
    • tough to please; fast to get fault.
    • Difficult to kindly; delicate to a fault; suited with trouble; squeamish
    • having difficult nutritional requirements; especially developing just in special synthetic cultures
    • offering careful attention to detail; hard to please; exceedingly concerned with cleanliness
    • having or displaying mindful, meticulous focus on detail.
    • hard to please; exacting.
    • overly scrupulous or sensitive, particularly in matters of style or propriety. See Synonyms at careful.
    • Microbiology Having complicated health needs.
    • exceedingly certain, demanding, or fussy about details, specifically about tidiness and sanitation.
    • Difficult to please; quick to find fault.
    • Difficult to please; delicate to a fault; matched with trouble; squeamish
    • having difficult health requirements; specially developing only in unique artificial cultures
    • providing attention to information; challenging kindly; overly worried about cleanliness
    • Possessing or displaying careful, meticulous focus on detail.
    • hard to kindly; exacting.
    • overly scrupulous or delicate, particularly in things of flavor or propriety. See Synonyms at meticulous.
    • Microbiology Having complicated nutritional needs.
    • Excessively particular, demanding, or fussy about details, specifically about tidiness and hygiene.
    • tough to kindly; quick to find fault.
    • hard to kindly; delicate to a fault; matched with trouble; squeamish
    • having complicated health demands; specifically growing just in special artificial countries
    • giving careful attention to information; challenging please; exceptionally worried about sanitation
    • having or showing careful, careful awareness of information.
    • tough to please; exacting.
    • extremely scrupulous or sensitive and painful, especially in matters of style or propriety. See Synonyms at careful.
    • Microbiology Having difficult health requirements.
    • exceedingly particular, demanding, or fussy about details, specially about tidiness and cleanliness.
    • hard to please; quick locate fault.
    • Difficult to please; delicate to a fault; appropriate with difficulty; squeamish
    • having complicated nutritional requirements; particularly developing just in unique artificial cultures
    • providing consideration to information; challenging kindly; extremely concerned with cleanliness
  • others:
    • 1. Like resulting in disgust or loathing; loathsome.
    • tricky or tough to kindly; squeamish; over-nice in selecting or discriminating; tough to match: because, a fastidious head or taste.
    • Synonyms sweet, Dainty, etc. See great.
    • 1. Such as for instance to cause disgust or loathing; loathsome.
    • Hard or difficult to kindly; squeamish; over-nice in identifying or discriminating; difficult to match: as, a fastidious head or style.
    • Synonyms kind, Dainty, etc. See good.
    • 1. Such as for example to cause disgust or loathing; loathsome.
    • tough or difficult to please; squeamish; over-nice in selecting or discriminating; tough to suit: as, a fastidious mind or taste.
    • Synonyms Nice, Dainty, etc. See great.
    • 1. Such as for example resulting in disgust or loathing; loathsome.
    • tricky or hard to please; squeamish; over-nice in picking or discriminating; tough to match: because, a fastidious head or taste.
    • Synonyms sweet, Dainty, etc. See nice.

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