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Rigidity Definition

Rigidity Definition :

  1. the quality of not being able to bend or be bent
  2. the quality or characteristic of not permitting any change


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Rigidity Synonym :

Stringency, inflexibility, rigidness, severity, hardness, harshness, rigor, rigorousness, exactingness, sternness, strictness

Antonym :

flexibility, mildness, gentleness, laxness

Rigidity Meaning in different languages:

German : Steifigkeit

Maori : haurangi

Russian : жесткость

Bangla : কাঠিন্য

Hindi : कठोरता

Arabic : الاستعلاء

Spanish : rigidez

French : rigidité

Italian : rigidità

Rigidity in a Sentence

  1. Also like the Ram, the Sierra is comparatively lighter overall (up to 360 pounds) with greater torsional rigidity.
  2. Sometimes I think we confuse rigidity with rigor.
  3. The referential rigidity is said to be subject to a simple intuitive test.
  4. This rigidity is regarded as a price worth paying in order to achieve the objective of full integration.
  5. We will make sure that federal law operates with high standards and commonsense, not just bureaucratic rigidity.
  6. This will almost always accentuate the rigidity and sometimes is the only manner in which it can be demonstrated.
  7. Such rigidity and unresponsiveness make the efficient use of productive resources unlikely.
  8. It improves all manifestations of the disease although rigidity and bradykinesia are benefited more than tremors.
  9. The rigidity in tone and approach of the syllabuses and materials is also a matter for concern.
  10. Sometimes the rigidity of the headmaster’s discipline was deemed excessive by even much of the faculty.
  11. A slight smile curved her mouth, relaxing the rigidity of her body.
  12. Rigidity is not an issue with the electrostatic diaphragm.
  13. In my opinion, the relative rigidity and compartmentalization of the program made for lowered technical efficiency and morale.
  14. Solids exhibit a wide variation in rigidity.
  15. He instilled more atonement and rigidity to the order of friars.

Rigidity Definition in Recognized sources

Rigidity in Cambridge dictionary, Oxford Dictionary,  Wikipedia

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