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Definitions and meanings of "Rigidify"

What do we mean by rigidify?

To become or cause to become rigid. intransitive & transitive verb

To make rigid, to cause to be or become rigid. verb

Become rigid verb

Make rigid and set into a conventional pattern verb

To make rigid, to cause to be or become rigid.

Synonyms and Antonyms for Rigidify

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The word "rigidify" in example sentences

But at what point does that self-care rigidify into something akin to narcissism with a spiritual cast? ❋ Alison Rose Levy (2010)

He was convinced that the Cold War had already helped rigidify the capitalist system by bureaucratizing a large part of production for non-productive uses. ❋ Paul Fitzgerald (2011)

In the second stage, when dissonances and failing function begin to appear, the initial principles rigidify. ❋ Unknown (2009)

The reason people want the Supreme Court to declare that abortion is a constitutional right is precisely to rigidify that right, it means it sweeps across all fifty states and it is a law now and forever or until the Supreme Court changes its mind. ❋ Ann Althouse (2009)

The function of a Constitution is to rigidify, to ossify, NOT to facilitate change. ❋ Ann Althouse (2009)

There are two ways to rigidify a non-rigid definite description. ❋ Cumming, Sam (2009)

On the other hand, if we choose to become martyrs, or victims of the unexpected in our partner, we rigidify. ❋ Unknown (2008)

Stereotypes develop easily, rigidify surreptitiously, and operate reflexively, providing simple, comfortable, convenient bases for making personal sense of the world. ❋ Unknown (2006)

What the story illustrates, among other things, is that in human relations, you can't rigidify them, if there is such a word, to such an extent that people are no longer responsible. ❋ Unknown (1995)

THE PRESIDENT: Well, let me say, again, I don't want to get into hypothetical situations because I don't want anything I say or do to either undermine or rigidify the situation there. ❋ ITY National Archives (1993)

He has already informed the American N.S.A. that they should henceforth refrain from laying down any further rules and regulations, as these would tend to rigidify the affairs of the Cause and ultimately obscure its spirit and retard its growth. ❋ 1897-1957 Shoghi Effendi (1927)

Yoga, for us, is an artistic aligning with the essence of life, of the totality of life and so, as a method, it seems our approach requires us to include and discern, rather than to leave out, cut away and/or rigidify the boundaries. ❋ Unknown (2010)

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