Punctilio

Punc*til"io

(pk*tl"y), n.;
pl. Punctilios (-yz).
[It. puntiglio, or Sp. puntillo, dim. fr. L. punctum point. See Point, n.] A nice point of exactness in conduct, ceremony, or proceeding; particularity or exactness in forms; as, the punctilios of a public ceremony.
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They will not part with the least punctilio in their opinions and practices.
Fuller.
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