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Usage Examples for STRAITLACED

  1. Still, there was nothing to be done but for all concerned to make themselves as cheerful as possible under the circumstances; so, with that fund of wit and humor which seems to have been concealed under the immaculate coat and formal wig of the straitlaced Haydn, he set about composing a work for the last performance of the royal band, a work which has ever since borne the appropriate title of the " Farewell Symphony." - "The Great German Composers" by George T. Ferris
  2. Richardson seemed to be a narrow, straitlaced preacher, who could look at human nature only from the conventional point of view, and thought that because he was virtuous there should be no more cakes and ale. - "English Literature and Society in the Eighteenth Century" by Leslie Stephen