Scru`pu*los"i*ty (?), n. [L. scrupulositas.]
The quality or state of being scruppulous; doubt; doubtfulness respecting decision or action; caution or tenderness from the far of doing wrong or ofending; nice regard to exactness and propierty; precision.
The first sacrilege is looked on with horror; but when they have made the breach, their scrupulosity soon retires.
Dr. H. More.
Careful, even to scrupulosity, . . . to keep their Sabbath.
© Webster 1913.