nit-picky

nit-picky

adj
informal tending to raise petty objections; pernickety
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If there are a few nit-picky tasks that need to get done, don't procrastinate, queer Bull.
It's probably just me getting a bit nit-picky in my old age, but a couple of things bothered me about ITV's 100 Year Old Driving School.
Obstacles in your way and nit-picky know-it-all sorts who may try to coral you, bring you into line with their plans and ideas.
Some choose to be more nit-picky than others, or they choose to be nit-picky about different things.
By the mid-1970s, the BATF had earned a reputation for being excessively aggressive, nit-picky, vindictive, and often unscrupulous.
While he gave top marks for the exquisite French cuisine and admitted he was being nit-picky about his critiques of the use of paper napkins and the tables being too close together, may I remind him that the Metro is a bistrot which aims to recreate the atmosphere of what one might find in a village in southern France.
Seemingly nit-picky compatibility issues could be forging the first links in the accident chain.
Lastly although this may seem a bit nit-picky, the final deciding factor in my pack choice boils down to necessities versus extras.
If you're going to be nit-picky the fans could be a little more imaginative with their chants - not that the 28-year-old minds.
I hope I am not too nit-picky and controlling about it.