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ultrafastidious (adjective), more ultrafastidious, most ultrafastidious
1. Conveying an extremely greater attention to details or very particular and demanding about issues of taste or standards of good behavior and what is the proper way to do something.
2. Etymology: from Latin ultra, "beyond" + fastidiosus, "disgust, disdain, haughtiness, loathing".
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