This is also the preferred tactic of Ann Coulter, who provokes liberal indignation with Pavlonian preciseness.
Stately and cold and polite, she had fairly met his ceaseless foppery and preciseness of manner.
He would be struck with the preciseness, the correct air of the man.
The room into which we entered was a wonder for preciseness and order.
This attention to your religious duties need not be attended by any preciseness or austerity of manner.
Towards the end of September the Duke committed himself with preciseness to the opinion that one years delay was necessary.
At the same time it appears likely that at one time they were differentiated with a greater degree of preciseness.
Presisnes, for 'preciseness,' is a good example of the quaint tricks played by phonetics.
He was not even neatly dressed, and his manner singularly lacked the preciseness of the legal practitioner.
Summersby took his hand; it was dry and had a preciseness about its grip that irritated him.
mid-15c., from Middle French précis "condensed, cut short" (14c.) and directly from Medieval Latin precisus, from Latin praecisus "abrupt, abridged, cut off," past participle of praecidere "to cut off, shorten," from prae "before" (see pre-) + caedere "to cut" (see -cide; for Latin vowel change, see acquisition). Related: Precisely (late 14c.).