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Strickly vs. Strictly

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Stricklyadverb

Strictly.

Strictlyadverb

In a strict manner.

‘He adhered strictly to the diet his doctor prescribed.’;

Strictlyadverb

In a limited manner; only

Strictlyadverb

In a narrow or limited sense.

‘That term refers strictly to smaller birds.’;

Strictlyadverb

(maths) In a manner that applies to every member of a set or every interval of a function

Strictlyadverb

In a strict manner; closely; precisely.

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Strictlyadverb

restricted to something;

‘we talked strictly business’;

Strictlyadverb

in a stringent manner;

‘the laws are stringently enforced’; ‘stringently controlled’;

Strictlyadverb

in a rigorous manner;

‘he had been trained rigorously by the monks’;

Strictlyadverb

in a way that involves rigid enforcement or that demands obedience

‘he's been brought up strictly’;

Strictlyadverb

used to indicate that one is applying words or rules exactly or rigidly

‘strictly speaking, ham is a cured, cooked leg of pork’; ‘to be strictly accurate, there are two Wolvertons’;

Strictlyadverb

with no exceptions; completely or absolutely

‘these foods are strictly forbidden’;

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Strictlyadverb

no more than; purely

‘his attitude and manner were strictly professional’; ‘that visit was strictly business’;

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