exacting

[ ig-zak-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF exacting

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXACTING

They drank to the health of this exacting, loyal maiden, and Cross gave her name.

It never occurred to her that she could have put off this exacting job.

In fact, the fairies in Cymric land are among the most exacting of any known.

I wish Society was not so arbitrary, I wish it was not so exacting—Bird, be quiet!'

Is there a dramatic art--exacting, difficult, supreme--or is there not?

Perhaps the most exacting of all authors was "Lewis Carroll."

He was, also, an incomparable artisan and the most exacting foreman in the shops.

"They are exacting the truth from the Governor of Cesena," said he.

The most exacting and bewitching of all professions was clamouring for him again.

Let poverty do its worst in exacting its toll of humiliation.

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