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Origin of stringent
SYNONYMS FOR stringent
OTHER WORDS FROM stringentstrin·gent·ly, adverbnon·strin·gent, adjectiveun·strin·gent, adjectiveun·strin·gent·ly, adverb
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Colonists were stringently enjoined from having anything to do with them.The Buccaneers in the West Indies in the XVII Century|Clarence Henry Haring
Frederick dryly remarked that May's capital was stringently tied up in the hands of trustees, whether she were married or single.That Unfortunate Marriage, Vol. 3(of 3)|Frances Eleanor Trollope
The destinies have not always been stringently fastidious as to the admission of lodgers to this sacred ground.Shakespeare's England|William Winter
Today it is perhaps the most stringently observed of all the manifold commandments in American railroading.The Railroad Problem|Edward Hungerford
I am against any short hours' bill, and am of opinion that infant labour should be stringently and universally enforced.