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1. His rigid adherence to the rules made him unpopular.
2. Her face was rigid with terror.
3. An entirely rigid system is impractical.
4. She stood with her backbone rigid.
5. The curriculum was too narrow and too rigid.
6. His face looked rigid with distress.
7. The authorities moved him to the less rigid regime of an open prison.
8. He grew even more rigid and uncompromising as he got older.
9. We just need a tent supported on a rigid framework.
10. She maintained rigid control over her emotional and sexual life.
11. Several colleges in our study have rigid rules about student conduct.
12. There is a rigid hierarchy of power in that country.
13. The prospect of failure scares me rigid.
14. He is rigid about points of procedure.
15. She sat upright[sentencedict.com], her body rigid with fear.
16. She was rigid with fear.
17. Rigid job descriptions can serve to limit productivity.
18. This rigid approach stifles creativity.
19. A rigid routine can be stultifying and boring.
20. Beliefs have ossified into rigid dogma.Sentencedict.com
21. Hyde maintained the rigid immobility of his shoulders.
22. He went absolutely rigid with shock.
23. She feigned sleep, lying rigid in bed.
24. We operate within fairly rigid parameters.
25. I was bored rigid .
26. She was a fairly rigid person who had strong religious views.
27. The Japanese have a rigid code of etiquette, which may seem artificial to foreigners.
28. Like most other American companies with a rigid hierarchy, workers and managers had strictly defined duties.
29. He balanced his budgets by rigid control over public expenditure.
30. The company's competitors complain that they are hemmed in by rigid legal contracts.
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