Loose and Strict
Opposite meaning words
Loose adjective - Not bound by rigid standards.
Usage example: the generally loose discipline practiced by many weekend dads
Both words in one sentence
- Depending on how strict or loose you are in deciding which ones count, there were somewhere around sixteen "___ is the killer" or "___ did it" Wild Mass Guessing threads, and not a single one of them got it.
Source: Web Video / There Will Be Brawl
- One episode of Night Court features a bookish and morally strict woman who turns into a beautiful and sexually loose temptress when she removes her glasses.
Source: The Glasses Gotta Go
- In other words, this loose definition gives the IRS the power to be lenient in granting 501(c)4 status to groups it favors, and quite strict in denying it to those it doesn't.
Source: Intimidating Revenue Service
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