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.
The Republic was punctilious abroad, and no less so at home.
Tom saw through the punctilious feints and solemn stratagems clearly; Dora did the same as plainly.
punctilious on all points of honor, they sought but one reward—victory.
An old, gray-haired butler stood on the threshold, and greeted them with rather pompous respect and punctilious deference.
Indeed I think you are too punctilious a great deal for you situation.
Who can establish the punctilious ratio between necessity and desire?
What he discovered justified all the years of punctilious discharge of his duties.