Noun(1) a wooden warship of the 19th century that is plated with iron or steel armor
Adjective(1) sheathed in iron plates for protection(2) inflexibly entrenched and unchangeable
(1) It was not sufficient to make an ironclad statistical argument.(2) Today owners and sponsors pay lawyers a lot of money to negotiate ironclad contracts with their drivers, and many teams now take a ‘grow-your-own’ approach to finding new talent.(3) The United States is seeking an ironclad guarantee that no US national will ever be investigated or prosecuted by the International Criminal Court.(4) It's an explicit, rock solid, ironclad guarantee.(5) It's a fight they probably would lose, but it's time for a team to take a stand and challenge the ironclad nature of contract guarantees.(6) To authorize private accounts is nothing but a windfall for financial institutions, and it will remove the safety net and an ironclad government guarantee for 80% plus of the population.(7) Romaine says companies need to make skills transfer, such as classroom and on-site training, an ironclad part of any contract, essentially making it one of the project's deliverables.(8) Users of finished-steel products complain of severe supply constraints and of enforced price increases amid contracts that are not as ironclad as they thought.(9) Say you have a company that signs an ironclad contract to build a building for $8 million dollars.(10) Yours to command, indefinitely with an ironclad contract.(11) Secondly, we need ironclad guarantees from our governments that no future negotiations would prevent governments from providing good public services to their citizens.(12) Despite an apparently ironclad guarantee of safe conduct, he was arrested, imprisoned and burnt at the stake on July 6, 1415.(13) The script's biggest flaw, however, is in breaking an ironclad convention of the genre and contradicting what's known about actual serial killers.(14) This is an all but ironclad guarantee that the prices of such drugs will increase and increase sharply.(15) The confidentiality clauses on reality television contracts are also ironclad .(16) But in fact what the U.S. really wants is an ironclad 100 percent guarantee that no American will ever be brought before that international body.
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