strictly

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  • It has been proved that each class is strictly included into the next.
  • Clean room design is usually employed as best practice, but not strictly required by law.
  • Even though reference is often made to God, the book is not strictly religious.
  • It was believed that the thought process of a person was strictly designated toward one particular social class.
  • Most politics and social issues were strictly on the local level.
  • They are not strictly protected in the sense that cannot be used by people.
  • The woman decides strictly on her own if she will join the visiting male.
  • It decided to establish strictly organized military, educational and economic conditions in the army.
  • Though not, strictly, a federation, it is more than a free-trade association.
  • Some see this as meaning that a person is not strictly bound to choose between faith and reason.
  • Class struggle was strictly applied, human freedom and human rights were denied.
  • There he lived strictly enclosed in an old abandoned Roman fort for some twenty years.
  • Counties are not granted home rule status; their powers are strictly defined by state law.
  • He was not strictly a children's writer, however, as he wrote books for adults too.
  • It is another kind of earned -- but not generally strictly academic -- degree.
  • Both cases, however, are strictly limited to the body's natural abilities.
  • Because of its military importance, this unique mine and its production were strictly controlled by the Crown.
  • Times and places of worship for each community are strictly regulated in common areas.
  • Thus Charles University lost its international importance and became a strictly Czech school.
  • However, self-defense was based strictly upon the scientific and dynamic principles of the human body.
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Words starting with strictly

Meaning of strictly

  • adverb Restricted to something
    we talked strictly business
  • adverb In a stringent manner
    the laws are stringently enforced, stringently controlled