Hardass



[hahrd-as] /ˈhɑrdˌæs/

noun, Slang: Vulgar.
1.
a person who follows rules and regulations meticulously and enforces them without exceptions.

adjective

: Some are hard-ass disciplinarians/ even your most hardassed rightwingers had some showboat in them

noun

A severe and often pugnacious person;: I’ve gotten the reputation as being a hard-ass (1940s+)

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