Definitions of "strict"
  1. Something that is not broad or liberal in its perspective, with a narrow focus or approach
  2. Something firm or rigid in its requirements or controls, lacking flexibility
  3. Something severe in discipline, exhibiting intensity and sternness
  4. Something that is steadfastly maintained or followed, without any flexibility
  5. A condition, norm, or principle that is rigorously followed to its fullest extent
  6. A context where blame or fault is not a requirement for an action or decision to be taken
How to use "strict" in a sentence
  1. The strict rules of the company didn't allow for any leniency in attendance.
  2. Given the strict condition of the contract, there was little room for negotiation.
  3. The obligation is strict, it doesn't require fault for liability.

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