SCRUPULOS'ITY, noun [Latin scrupulositas.]
1. The quality or state of being scrupulous; doubt; doubtfulness respecting some difficult point, or proceeding from the difficulty or delicacy of determining how to act; hence, the caution or tenderness arising from the fear of doing wrong or offending.
The first sacrilege is looked upon with some horror; but when they have once made the breach, their scrupulosity soon retires.
2. Nicety of doubt; or nice regard to exactness and propriety.
So careful, even to scrupulosity were they to keep their sabbath.
3. Niceness; preciseness.