- stringent + -ly (Wiktionary)
“I did say (and perhaps others will agree with me) that it was the coarsest of insults when Mr Norton talked of these affairs to my son; that I refused to discuss them with him; that I denied Mr Norton's right to question me, he having bound himself "stringently," in writing to my solicitor, never more to interfere in my affairs from the date of the agreement; and Mr Leman has a letter from me written at that time, stating that I consent to Mr Norton's proposals – "mainly because it is intolerable to me to have my son talk over matters from his father.”
“The report said officials failed to enforce regulations stringently enough to ensure that Massey's ventilation practices met federal standards.”
“At the same time, I stringently shut out 80s popular western music; this state of affairs continued till I returned to India in 1999.”
“Bhatti, a Christian, had spoken out against Pakistan's anti-blasphemy laws, which are enforced most stringently in Punjab province.”
“If, that is, it stops depressing the yuan, much more stringently protects intellectual property rights, and sharply cuts state subsidies to its corporations.”
“So stringently controlled was the social calendar of the future king that, before asking Kate along as his date, Wills first had to secure the approval of the powers that be at Clarence House.”
“For me personally, it makes me want to bypass chemotherapy even more stringently.”
“More specifically, sex with women in a country where decency and sobriety laws are applied far less stringently than surrounding Middle Eastern states sells.”
“According to an Associated Press report, Panguso may filter even more stringently than other Chinese sites.”
“Suffice it to say that this nonfiction film is a constructed representation, as stringently produced as any cinema verité.”
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