English words and Examples of Usage

use "rigid" in a sentence

Boston officials said they were told the rules have gotten more rigid since then.

The new discovery implies that tectonic plates can be less rigid than previously thought.

That said, three things that bother me: The rigid hardware upgrade structure is annoying.

I wanted to shuffle positions and boundaries that sometimes are too rigid, Castilho said.

Academic training is rigid and students are treated more like “tools” than creative musicians.

Some patients have very rigid fantasies that are dark, but that's the exception, not the rule."

McAlister says the requirements aren't too rigid and mostly revolve around safety and performance.

It should be somewhat soft, but rigid enough to stand up on its own," the designer said this week.

Rigid definitions of "disability" which don't accommodate people with chronic or recurring conditions.

The researchers also looked at the bird's skull, and found that it was more rigid than in other birds.

Concrete is a much more rigid building material than wood.

The division of labor in rural Laos is almost as rigid now as it was generations ago.

He is rigid in his views.

Research suggests that compared to most western European countries, there are less rigid class barriers in the United States.

I was brought up under rigid discipline.

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