Meaning of STRICTLY in English

ˈstrik(t)lē adverb

Etymology: Middle English, from Latin strictus + Middle English -ly — more at strict

: in a strict manner : without latitude : closely , precisely , rigorously , stringently , positively

the reporter was strictly on his own — Bruce Catton

effectiveness as a novelist is so strictly a function of skill — Bernard DeVoto

certain rules need to be strictly carried out — Agnes M. Miall

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