hard-and-fast


hard–and–fast

adjective

Definition of HARD-AND-FAST

1
having been established and usually not subject to change <hard-and-fast rules that governed the corporate environment in those days included strictures regarding office dress that were rigidly enforced>
2
not capable of changing or being changed <hard-and-fast beliefs that are the rock-solid foundation of their religion>

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