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    Examples of strict in a Sentence

  • Beispiele strict
    1. The relationist is likely to reply that this is a far cry from demonstrating that the dynamic shift is nomically possible in a strict sense.
    2. The bird sanctuary has strict restrictions on visitors so the birds aren't disturbed.
    3. The legislation of shari'a law here is very strict.
    4. I must stress that this information is given in strict confidence.
    5. Our teacher’s so strict, he'd never let us get away with anything in class.
    6. They manage, with strict economy, to rub along.
    7. This shows, I think, that sensitivity to the argument from soft introspectability is an untenable halfway house; we must accept strict introspectability or nothing.
  • Beispiele stricter
    1. Repeated incidents of air rage have led to stricter security on airplanes.
    2. The headmaster was an even stricter censor of his boarding pupils' correspondence than the enemy censors had been of his own when the country was occupied.
    3. He ran his ship a bit more iron-handedly than other pirate captains did. The articles he made his crew sign—which included the exact percentage each man would receive of the treasure captured—demanded stricter rules of decorum and propriety than normally seen among pirate crews.
  • Beispiele strictest
    1. Accustomed by the strictest and most rigid training, to obey as familiars, the will of their superiors without question--to be mere mindless and feelingless tools, to whom death itself was awarded, if by word or hint, or even sign, they dared evince themselves to be as other men--he had, at the command of the Grand Inquisitor, deeply drugged Senor Stanley's evening draught, and, while under its potent influence, had purloined his sword; waylaid Don Ferdinand in the Calle Soledad, effectually done the deed, and--aware that it would be many hours ere the English Senor could arouse himself from the stupifying effects of the draught--had intended returning to his chamber still more effectually to throw on him the suspicion of the murder.
    2. Summum genus, in its strictest sense, is that all-extensive term under which every object of whatever kind may be classed, and of every one of which it may be affirmatively predicated: the word which is generally used to denote such genus is substance, or, as some call it, being. ... ; thus by ornithologist, bird would be regarded as the summum genus under which he would arrange the different subdivisions of birds ...
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