Etymology
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preciosity (n.)

"value, great worth, preciousness, quality of being precious," c. 1400 preciosite, from Old French preciosite and directly from Latin pretiocitas "costliness," in Medieval Latin also "a costly thing," from pretiosus (see precious (adj.)).

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Definitions of preciosity

preciosity (n.)
the quality of being fastidious or excessively refined;
Synonyms: preciousness
From wordnet.princeton.edu