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- adv. In a fastidious manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a fastidious manner.
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- adv. in a fastidious manner
- adv. in a fastidious and painstaking manner
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Considerate far beyond my tender years, I recall fastidiously returning a tray of Tinker Toys, while that pesky Rachel Sills was no doubt just running around the room aimlessly and recklessly like your typical 5-year-old.
Creating this kind of fastidiously conceived, rigorously executed parallel universe is tricky stuff.
But it's exactly the kind of fastidiously prepared yet surprisingly uncomplicated dish that features on the haute cuisine course at celebrity chef Alain Ducasse's new l'Ecole de Cuisine in Paris.
Toward that end, Sahner, an amateur photographer, created nyc-grid, a photo blog that fastidiously documents the city block-by-block.
The upscale contemporary kitchen with its gleaming surfaces and fastidiously fitted units is not for me.
When Japanese art star Hiroshi Sugimoto decided to turn a room upstairs from his airy, fastidiously neat Chelsea studio into a traditional tea house, where he would put his own unique performance-art spin on the ancient tea ceremony, he didn't forget his sense of humor.
The chef chooses and cares for his knives fastidiously.
Jerusalem would be tortuously but fastidiously divided, allowing each side to have its capital there, with international oversight of the holy places.
With the eyes of the world on Chile's no-expense-spared effort to ensure all the men emerge unharmed, the miners 'physical and mental health was being fastidiously monitored.
These days the retailing of bonbons is no longer the sole preserve of elderly men with Mr Whippy hairdos, fastidiously clean hands and the general air of someone who is one step away from having neighbours describe him as "a quiet man who kept himself to himself" to a huddle of tabloid reporters.