fastidious (part of speech: adjective)
Epicurean, picky, demanding, delicate, persnickety, careful, hypercritical, diligent, fussy, meticulous, rigorous, precise, prudish, discriminating, finicky, exacting, punctilious, discerning, scrupulous, proper, perspicacious, squeamish, dainty, critical, correct, priggish, particular, conscientious, severe, fastidious, accurate, prim, literal, mincing, methodical, qualmish, choosy
perfect (part of speech: adjective)
- Her pale olive skin was flawless and fine of texture. - "An Alabaster Box", Mary E. Wilkins Freeman and Florence Morse Kingsley.
- To be answered merely gave her stepmother occasion for further fault- finding- you might, as Cecilia told Bob, have a flawless defence for the sin of the moment, but in that case Mrs. Rainham merely changed her ground, and waxed eloquent about the sin of yesterday, or of last Friday week, for which there might happen to be no defence at all. - "Back To Billabong", Mary Grant Bruce.
- Each fault of hers that the close daily association of husband and wife might reveal,- the most flawless of sweethearts do not pass scathless through the long test of matrimony,- every wayward impulse of his children, every defect of mind, morals, temper, or health, would have been ascribed to the dark ancestral strain. - "The House Behind the Cedars", Charles W. Chesnutt.