nitpick


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Synonyms for nitpick

to raise unnecessary or trivial objections

Words related to nitpick

be overly critical

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It's an intense, graduate-level training program in which we nitpick the smallest details in an effort to make the pilots better.
Isn't it reassuring that, while vast companies change hands and workers face employment uncertainty, we can still rely on a local luminary to nitpick in a way calculated to get right up Kraft's nose?
Peter Alliss and Co may not be everybody's cup of tea but there are certainly many inferior commentary teams around and to nitpick on almost every slightly suspect comment that is made is childish in the extreme.
But the movie is too breezy to nitpick, and Lawrence hasn't been this enjoyable since .
Aguilera may have overreached on this album -- there is plenty to nitpick -- but give the girl credit for knowing how to have fun.
Even though 18 points is the closest a team has come to defeating Ayala in five games,coach Mel Sims had to nitpick.
Is there an incentive to find us in compliance or is there more incentive to nitpick us to death to continue the contract?