[ fin-i-kee ]

adjective,fin·nick·i·er, fin·nick·i·est.
  1. a less common variant of finicky.

Words Nearby finnicky Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use finnicky in a sentence

  • But he was a past-master in the art, notwithstanding he had not officiated before in the presence of so "finnicky" an assemblage.

    Chiquita, an American Novel | Merrill Tileston
  • That comes under the head of earnings, if you are finnicky about the profits.

    Dennison Grant | Robert Stead
  • Respect for the cloth cannot be won among these open-hearted folk by finnicky manners.

    The Heart of Canyon Pass | Thomas K. Holmes
  • It was not Bettys finnicky ways, as her brother bluntly called them, that held the girl from the East so dear in Joes eyes.

    The Heart of Canyon Pass | Thomas K. Holmes