ironclad agreement


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ironclad agreement

noun binding contract, binddng legal document, concrete provisions, definite committent, exact and binding agreement, precise covenants, solid protections, strong provisions, substantial underrtanding
See also: contract
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Clearly, one does not need to be an expert in trade agreements to conclude that the text hardly constitutes an ironclad agreement that China will be able to export cooked poultry to the US.
Tex Rickard thought he had an ironclad agreement with San Francisco Mayor P.
The only snag was that we could not get an ironclad agreement that the entire fund would be invested in our city.