strictly[ strikt-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF strictly
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STRICTLY
"My intentions with regard to Dick are strictly honourable," she remarked.
And yet, if the law is strictly interpreted, the offender is liable.
But, heretofore, his promises had been of a strictly business nature.
This General Conference was strictly a clerical organization.
The first strictly commercial transactions were with the Indians.
He has always been strictly temperate, and does not use tobacco in any form.
We are strictly confined to our men to whom we give liberty.
Which was strictly true; for Tony Cornish was and always had been a graceful idler.
It is, of course, understood that this audit is strictly in confidence?
He had no English, and our Ojibway was of the strictly utilitarian.