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Anne Boleyn's stridently sexy allure, sophistication, and sharp tongued wit captivated Henry VIII.

Glenn Beck sobbed and whined stridently in his reactionary performance, based more on emotion and pandering than on sound information.

The Tea Party shrieked their bizarre agenda stridently over the news, their lack of adequate education was painfully clear; it's doubtful that any of them even knew what the Boston Tea Party was really about.
by Lorelili August 14, 2011
Obnoxiously loud, or cacophonous, "in your face" noise.
Damn, that biatch is strident.

See: Battle Toads
by talldude88 November 03, 2008
used as a derogatory description of any impassioned person (especially women) when they speak on a subject that you disagree with
Independents make up nearly half the Bay State electorate...And many of them may perceive Elizabeth Warren as too strident and harsh
by biased but sincere September 06, 2012
a combination of stride and trident gum
Damn this is good gum. Is it strident?
by doubleds1993 April 28, 2010

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