Definition of over-strict in English:

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over-strict

adjective

Excessively strict: an over-strict upbringing an over-strict disciplinarian
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  • This is an over-strict doctrine which neither reflects culpability nor serves the goal of crime prevention.
  • The beneficial effect to the economy could be negated if over-strict anti tax-avoidance measures are included in the Bill.
  • She moved toward the nearby door, standing to one side of it, and automatically, prompted by the almost forgotten reactions of an over-strict childhood, he held it open for her.

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