Rigidity Definition

Rigidity Definition :

  1. the quality of not being able to bend or be bent


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Rigidity definition :

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

Rigidity Synonym :

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

Antonym :

mildness, flexibility, gentleness, laxness

Rigidity Meaning in other languages:

  • Bengali : কঠোরতা
  • Italian : rigidità
  • Maori : haurangi
  • French : rigidité
  • German : Steifigkeit
  • Arabic : الاستعلاء
  • Spanish : rigidez
  • French : rigidité
  • Russian : жесткость

Rigidity in a Sentence

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