They must do this without partisan bias, but with a stringent sense of enforcing and further defining the law.
Armstrong and others have made the point that pro cycling has the most stringent drug testing of any professional sport.
What she found alarming was the stringent separation of men and women.
Yet we do have stringent regulations regarding adoption in this country.
Backpage.com has stringent safeguards in place to ensure that only adults use the site.
First a secret society was organized, bound by the most stringent oaths that could be devised.
The law is stringent and I was going to invoke it in your case.
Technically his offence was punishable by death—the old Chinese code being most stringent in such matters.
Prompt and stringent measures saved the victim—but only just.
You'll employ tact before you have recourse to stringent measures.
c.1600, "astringent," especially with reference to taste, from Latin stringentem (nominative stringens), present participle of stringere "to compress, contract, bind or draw tight" (see strain). Of regulations, procedures, etc., 1846.