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nit·pick

  (nĭt′pĭk′)
v. nit·picked, nit·pick·ing, nit·picks
Dress Sleeve Hem Ruffle Hem Sleeve Dress Ruffle Ruffle Hem Long Sleeve Long Long v. intr.
To be concerned with or find fault with insignificant details. See Synonyms at quibble.
v. tr.
To criticize or find fault with (someone or something) in a petty way.

nit′pick′er n.
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or nit′-pick`,


v.i.
1. to be critical of inconsequential details; niggle.
v.t.
2. to criticize by focusing on minute details.
[1965–70]
nit′pick`er, n.
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Verb 1. nitpick - be overly critical; criticize minor details
criticise, criticize, pick apart, knock - find fault with; express criticism of; point out real or perceived flaws; "The paper criticized the new movie"; "Don't knock the food--it's free"
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nitpick

verb
To raise unnecessary or trivial objections:
Idiom: pick to pieces.
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