Rigid - definition, pronunciation, transcription
a table made of rigid plastic
- incapable of adapting or changing to meet circumstances (syn: inflexible, unbending)
The patient's legs were rigid.
He is a rigid disciplinarian.
His face was rigid with pain.
She maintained rigid control over her emotional and sexual life.
I heard a noise and woke up rigid with terror.
...the rigid armature of a highly stratified society...
He regarded his father as a rigid censor.
...a culture that prizes machismo and has rigid gender roles...
You have to make your own decision about whether to patronize a store with a rigid refund or exchange policy.