Recent Examples of stridency from the Web
Early reviews have praised its warmth, realism and lack of stridency.
There is considerable public disdain for the growing stridency of some pro-democracy campaigners.
My political morals haven't loosened, but my need for stridency has.
Her stridency in obstructing the investigation has been jarring.
In contrast, some issues, like transgender issues, anything relating to immigration, particularly undocumented aliens, or climate change, are covered with a one-sided stridency characteristic of Vladimir Putin’s Russia.
In that new, harsh light, The Ranch’s cis-white-male orthodoxy—and its stridency about that—has a nasty tang.
The narrator admires her stridency and pities her naïveté.
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