Definition of stridency in English:



  • See strident

    • ‘Their stridency resulted in the general ‘outing’ of the worst kind of communal prejudices from even the respectable middle class.’
    • ‘Given its stridency of tone, it would be disingenuous to claim that it merely represented a divergent view; it is anything but dispassionately presented.’
    • ‘Pro-family activists were startled by Mr. Axworthy's stridency.’
    • ‘Yet I must confess to feeling a little jaded with the constant stridency and intellectual conceit of many of the contributions published, however much I agreed with the sentiment.’
    • ‘Critiques were voiced with stridency and utter conviction.’