|harshness, strictness, severity; exactness, precision, strict accuracy||rigorousness|
|(Slang) strict, meticulous; petty, narrow-minded, persnickety||pernickety|
|ability to avoid errors, correctness, preciseness, exactness||accuracy|
|ability to view things objectively, absence of bias, lack of emotional involvement; physical reality (Philosophy), accuracy, actual existence||objectivity|
|able to recall with startling accuracy, pertaining to visual images (seen recently or long before) which can be recalled vividly and with great detail, recalled with startling accuracy||eidetic|
|accuracy of pitch, act of intoning or chanting; rise and fall of the voice in speech; production of musical tones, beginning of a Gregorian chant, pitch of the voice||intonation|
|accuracy, conformity, descriptive accuracy||truth|
|acquired in school or college, ceremonious; conventional; according to custom; stiff; strict; symmetrical; requiring fancy dress, clothes, conventionally correct, elegant to wear, important occasion, methodical, not familiar in style, occasion which re...||formal|
|act of keeping religious laws; act of keeping the biblical commandments; strictness; ritual, ceremony, compliance, observation, performance of religious ceremonies, religious rule||observance|
|act of looking for something, act of seeking, penetrating or probing, looking for; penetrating, piercing, sharp; rigorous, strict, accurate||searching|
|act of mitigating; appeasement, relaxation; softening in force or severity; lessening the impact or intensity of; condition of becoming less severe; condition of being assuaged (about punishments, circumstances, emotions, etc.)||mitigation|
|addictive and dangerous to health, compactly, containing mineral salts, demanding and strict, difficult or awkward, difficult to understand, energetically, erect, firm or crisp in texture, forcefully, high in alcohol, in cash, intensely, involving effo...||hard|
|adherence to the strict meaning of a word or words; exactness; quality of being factual||literalness|
|adoption of strict morality, severity||rigorism|
|affectionate, conciliatory, cowardly, declining economically, easily bent or molded, not firm; smooth, pleasant to the touch; faint, quiet, subdued; not sharply drawn; not strict; gentle; flabby; not strong; stupid, simple (Slang); easy (Slang); having...||soft|
|aggravation, intensification, increase in severity; irritation||exacerbation|
|aircraft landing in stormy weather in which the pilot is provided with precise guidance for the final approach in landing using surveillance precision approach radar||gca (Ground-Controlled Approach)|
|ancient Athenian statesman known for the severity of his code of laws, Dragon, extensive faint constellation of northern hemisphere||Draco|
|ancient city in southern Greece that was known for the strict discipline and training of its soldiers||Sparta|
|application of traditional standards, strict adherence to purity in behavior (or speech, etc.)||purism|
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