Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The worse he grew, the more rigid and inflexible he became in his determination.

In a way, our test was more rigid than those you are describing.

He cleared his throat and stiffened into a more rigid posture.

The food was still poorer, and the restrictions were more rigid.

It is not that he is less human than others, but that he is more rigid.

The more rigid our rule, the more precarious is its existence.

You may be sure that this precept is more rigid than those of your Methodist friends.

He does not admit that the picture drawn of "the more rigid Presbyterians" is just.

A bar of this kind is more rigid than a tool held in the tool post.

How Anne's more rigid requisitions might have been taken is of little consequence.