adjective, fin·nick·i·er, fin·nick·i·est.
Definition for finnicky (2 of 2)
or fin·nick·y, fin·i·king
adjective, fin·ick·i·er, fin·ick·i·est.
Related formssu·per·fin·ick·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for finnicky
Respect for the cloth cannot be won among these open-hearted folk by finnicky manners.The Heart of Canyon Pass|Thomas K. Holmes
That comes under the head of earnings, if you are finnicky about the profits.Dennison Grant|Robert Stead
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