The law is not, perhaps, ferocious, but the tests are rigid and factual, and the cases that result are easy and automatic.
She was rigid , staring blank at the screen, though her heart beat with excitement.
Almost like a wave starting from her toes, her muscles began to tighten in sequence until she was rigid .
It's flexible polymer clay that hardens into rigid plastic after a spell in your kitchen oven.
Automated programs follow a rigid set of rules that may not adequately reproduce the common sense we humans use when reviewing a page.
The many other materials which have been used can be divided into two broad types: rigid , like wood; and flexible, like canvas.
Like plaster piece-moulds, they require a rigid mother mould made of plaster or a synthetic resin.
Immediately, he sat up, his body taut and rigid as he strained to listen to their conversation.
His body was rigid , his gaze unmoving, fixed on some point on the wall behind the German, his expression entirely unreadable.
Those who accuse [us] of social engineering often have very narrow, rigid view about the way the world should be and everyone should conform with that.