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academicism in the arts, rigid adherence to accepted and traditional forms.
bar1 a length of rigid, solid material, often cylindrical in shape, generally used as a barrier or support. [1/13 definitions]
brush1 one of a pair of devices for playing the drums, consisting of a rod with many rigid steel wires attached to the end in a fan shape. [1/8 definitions]
cantilever a rigid structural member, as of a bridge, fastened at or near one of its ends to a vertical support and projecting horizontally, usu. a great length, from it. [1/4 definitions]
cardboard a rigid material made of layers of paper and used in packaging, signs, and the like.
cast a thick, rigid covering for an injured limb or joint, usu. made of plaster and gauze. [1/18 definitions]
cast-iron strong, rigid, or impervious. [1/2 definitions]
catalepsy a condition, often associated with epilepsy and schizophrenia, in which the body becomes numb and the limbs rigid, and the victim loses consciousness or fails to respond to external stimuli.
cell wall the rigid outermost layer of a plant cell, which is made of cellulose.
erection the rigid and distended state of an erectile body organ, esp. the penis. [1/3 definitions]
fiberboard a building material made by bonding and compressing fibers, usu. of wood, into rigid sheets.
fix to become firm, rigid, or stable. [1/13 definitions]
fossilize to make hardened, rigid, or outmoded as though turned to stone, esp. a person's ideas or attitudes. [1/3 definitions]
freeze to lose mobility or flexibility; become rigid. [3/16 definitions]
hardheaded not easily swayed or convinced; stubbornly rigid. [1/2 definitions]
hard-shell unyielding; rigid. [1/3 definitions]
hull2 the rigid frame and outer shell of a ship. [1/2 definitions]
inflexible not capable of being bent, or not easy to bend; rigid. [1/3 definitions]
iron unyielding; inflexible; rigid. [1/16 definitions]
ironbound as though bound with iron; stern or rigid. [1/2 definitions]
lever any of a class of basic tools consisting of a rigid bar or an equivalent, acting by pivoting around a fixed fulcrum to transfer applied force from one point to another. [1/3 definitions]