Definition of pickiness in English:

pickiness

noun

informal
  • See picky

    • ‘Don't see your new pickiness as a weakness - your new role also changes your outlook in ways that make you a great person to have in a workplace, so it's crucial to make sure the organisation that gets you deserves you.’
    • ‘Personal pickiness is rather petty in debating and does nothing to further thoughtful comment.’
    • ‘In my pickiness, I rejected all of the candidates.’
    • ‘Not to be picky, but I think your otherwise legitimate critique of pickiness as a rejection of goodness is missing the larger point.’
    • ‘And sometimes announcing the joy of being in a couple isn't about smugness, it's about celebrating that pickiness can sometimes work out.’