hardline

hard-line

[hahrd-lahyn]
adjective
adhering rigidly to a dogma, theory, or plan; uncompromising or unyielding: hard-line union demands.
Also, hardline.


Origin:
1960–65, Americanism

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hard-line

adjective
firm and uncompromising; "a hard-line policy" 
hardline

adjective
firm and uncompromising; "a hard-line policy" [syn: hard-line
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