The Tory revolutionary was so punctilious and respectful of her monarch it was almost embarrassing.
Denis Thatcher got on well with the Queen Mother, enjoyed a drink as much as she did, and was punctilious about royal protocol.
This reference, which was receive with smiles by the Imperial Parliament, was certain to irritate a punctilious republic.
Indeed I think you are too punctilious a great deal for you situation.
Tom saw through the punctilious feints and solemn stratagems clearly; Dora did the same as plainly.
What he discovered justified all the years of punctilious discharge of his duties.
An old, gray-haired butler stood on the threshold, and greeted them with rather pompous respect and punctilious deference.
Their relation had never been sentimental, but he had always been punctilious.
Who can establish the punctilious ratio between necessity and desire?
Now Pitt was neat and punctilious in his attire, but he was no dandy.