1 "My sister Beth is a very fastidious girl, when she likes to be," said Amy, well pleased at Beth's success.
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2 Now, Laurie, don't be too fastidious and worldly-minded.
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3 I was no vocalist myself, and, in his fastidious judgment, no musician, either; but I delighted in listening when the performance was good.
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4 He was at the same time haughty, reserved, and fastidious, and his manners, though well-bred, were not inviting.
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5 The contrast between the dirty, hairy old man and the four neat, fastidious ladies was as great as though he were a grizzled, vicious old watchdog and they four small kittens.
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6 Everything about him accorded with the fastidious element in her taste, even to the light irony with which he surveyed what seemed to her most sacred.
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7 Wherefore, it seems to me you had best not be too fastidious in your curiosity touching this Leviathan.
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8 Only the most unprejudiced of men like Stubb, nowadays partake of cooked whales; but the Esquimaux are not so fastidious.
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9 The count appeared, dressed with the greatest simplicity, but the most fastidious dandy could have found nothing to cavil at in his toilet.
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10 It was evident, from her figure and the perfumes she had about her, that she was young and fastidious in her tastes, but that was all.
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11 The appurtenances of the writing-tables, about which Alexey Alexandrovitch was himself very fastidious, were exceptionally good.
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12 "You're not over fastidious," said the soldier.
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13 He was aware that the qualities distinguishing her from the herd of her sex were chiefly external: as though a fine glaze of beauty and fastidiousness had been applied to vulgar clay.
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14 Her own fastidiousness had its eye fixed on the world, and she did not care how the luncheon-table looked when there was no one present at it but the family.
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15 Her personal fastidiousness had a moral equivalent, and when she made a tour of inspection in her own mind there were certain closed doors she did not open.
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