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Rigid vs. Unfailing

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Rigidadjective

Stiff, rather than flexible.

Unfailingadjective

inexhaustible

Rigidadjective

Fixed, rather than moving.

Unfailingadjective

changeless

Rigidadjective

Rigorous and unbending.

Unfailingadjective

infallible

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Rigidadjective

Uncompromising.

Unfailingadjective

Not failing; not liable to fail; inexhaustible; certain; sure.

Rigidnoun

A bicycle with no suspension system.

Unfailingadjective

not liable to failure;

‘a foolproof identification system’; ‘the unfailing sign of an amateur’; ‘an unfailing test’;

Rigidadjective

Firm; stiff; unyielding; not pliant; not flexible.

‘Upright beams innumerableOf rigid spears.’;

Unfailingadjective

always able to supply more;

‘an unfailing source of good stories’; ‘a subject of unfailing interest’;

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Rigidadjective

Hence, not lax or indulgent; severe; inflexible; strict; as, a rigid father or master; rigid discipline; rigid criticism; a rigid sentence.

‘The more rigid order of principles in religion and government.’;

Unfailingadjective

unceasing;

‘unfailing loyalty’; ‘unfailing good spirits’; ‘unflagging courtesy’;

Rigidadjective

incapable of or resistant to bending;

‘a rigid strip of metal’; ‘a table made of rigid plastic’; ‘a palace guardsman stiff as a poker’;

Rigidadjective

incapable of compromise or flexibility

Rigidadjective

incapable of adapting or changing to meet circumstances;

‘a rigid disciplinarian’; ‘an inflexible law’; ‘an unbending will to dominate’;

Rigidadjective

fixed and unmoving;

‘with eyes set in a fixed glassy stare’; ‘his bearded face already has a set hollow look’; ‘a face rigid with pain’;

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Rigidadjective

designating an airship or dirigible having a form maintained by a stiff unyielding frame or structure

Rigidadjective

unable to bend or be forced out of shape; not flexible

‘a seat of rigid orange plastic’;

Rigidadjective

(of a person or part of their body) stiff and unmoving, especially as a result of shock or fear

‘Beatrice was rigid with terror’;

Rigidadjective

not able to be changed or adapted

‘rigid bureaucratic controls’;

Rigidadjective

not adaptable in outlook, belief, or response

‘the College had not wanted to be too rigid in imposing teaching methods’;

Rigidnoun

a lorry which is not articulated.

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