What is another word for Precisian?

Pronunciation: [pɹɪsˈɪzi͡ən] (IPA)

Precisian is a word that refers to someone who follows precise rules and principles strictly. Synonyms for the term include "stickler," "nitpicker," "perfectionist," "pedant," and "purist." Each of these words refers to the tendency to adhere to strict rules or principles and to prioritize perfection above all else. A stickler is someone who is extremely strict about adherence to rules or details. A nitpicker is someone who is excessively concerned with details, often to the point of being annoying. A perfectionist is someone who strives for flawless performance or execution in any given situation. A pedant is someone who is overly concerned with following rules strictly, even if they are meaningless. A purist is someone who believes in maintaining the original or pure form of something, often at the expense of practicality.

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Usage examples for Precisian

Without being a Precisian, the blind man was usually exact in such matters.
"Max Carrados"
Ernest Bramah
Go, then, old Precisian!
"Tales of the Caliph"
H. N. Crellin
The elevator-man, a Precisian of the old school, expelled her; the ticket-seller came forward and reinstated her; again the elder stood upon the letter of the law; again the younger demanded its violation.
"Roman Holidays and Others"
W. D. Howells

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