Stickler in a sentence

Definition of Stickler

an person who believes a task should be completed in a certain manner

Use Stickler in a sentence

Golding is a real stickler for correct English usage. My paper is full of red notes.

The boss was a stickler for punctuality, and he says “Death is the only excuse!” for being late to work.

Janet was a respected referee and a stickler for good behaviour and dress code.

Danny is a perfectionist editor and a stickler for detail. He is the best for editorial things of the books.

General Kaufman is a stickler for discipline in his regiment.

I’m a stickler for detail, so if you see anything wrong on this site, please e-mail the correction in.

Dave’s dad was a decent guy, although he was a real stickler for domestic and academic responsibilities.

Mr. Obama is known as a stickler for the rules, the golfers who have played with him said.

He’d better get a move on, she was a stickler for punctuality.

The bank misspelled his last name on the checks, but he was never a stickler for details, so he used them anyway.