Jeffries is apparently a frequent flyer as well as a fastidious and exacting one.
Very rarely, though, that fastidious and precise pulse deteriorates into a disorganized scramble.
But I can attest first hand: one lapse aside, Fareed is just such a fastidious writer.
"I am afraid of this high-born, fastidious friar," said Gerard.
What would he, so fastidious as he was, think of that poster?
In the creation of this region nothing was overlooked that might appeal to the most fastidious.
The squirrel is provident, but no more so than he is fastidious in the choice of his food.
For those who commonly go by the name of the Seven Sages are not admitted into the category of the wise by fastidious critics.
You can afford, you see, to keep a fine taste, and fastidious feelings!
This division, however, is fastidious at present, as all those on service in Fezzan are now possessed of horses.
mid-15c., "full of pride," from Latin fastidiosus "disdainful, squeamish, exacting," from fastidium "loathing, squeamishness," most likely from *fastu-taidiom, a compound of fastus "contempt, arrogance" and taedium "aversion, disgust." Early use in English was both in passive and active senses. Meaning "squeamish, over-nice" emerged in English 1610s. Related: Fastidiously; fastidiousness.
fastidious fas·tid·i·ous (fā-stĭd'ē-əs, fə-)
Possessing or displaying careful, meticulous attention to detail.
Difficult to please; exacting.
Having complex nutritional requirements. Used of microorganisms.