1 He was in his after-dinner mood; more genial and also more self-indulgent than the frigid and rigid temper of the morning.
2 In remodeling the bathroom, we have replaced all the old, rigid lead pipes with new, pliable copper tubing.
3 Without integration, we are stuck in rigid, inflexible states and to face chaotic feeling or thought.
4 The caste refers to social system based on rigid distinctions of birth, rank, and wealth.
5 He was, in short, in his after-dinner mood; more expanded and genial, and also more self - indulgent than the frigid and rigid temper of the morning.
6 Finally, the fifth item mentioned by the apologist is the rigid monotheism which stamps the whole volume.
7 The cell walls of plants are of a fairly rigid structure.
8 Several colleges in our study have rigid rules about student conduct.
9 She maintained rigid control over her emotional and sexual life.
10 The authorities moved him to the less rigid regime of an open prison.
11 When the preacher held her nose and dunked her, she went completely rigid.
12 He maintains a rigidly right-wing political stance.
13 The company's structure is rigidly hierarchical.
14 With such a supple, sensitive and compassionate mind, rigidity is something you need never worry about.
15 Wood is a composite material, its fibres are embedded in a matrix of lignin, an organic polymer that provides woody plants with their rigidity.