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hard–line

adjective \ˈhärd-ˈlīn\

Definition of HARD-LINE

:  advocating or involving a rigidly uncompromising course of action
hard–lin·er \-ˈlī-nər\ noun

First Known Use of HARD-LINE

1962

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