Definition of Rigids

1. rigid [n] - See also: rigid



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rigids

rigidifies
rigidify
rigidifying
rigidise
rigidised
rigidises
rigidities
rigidity
rigidity modulus
rigidize
rigidized
rigidizes
rigidly
rigidness
rigidnesses
rigids (current term)
rigidulous
rigler sign
riglin
rigling
riglings
riglins
rigmarole
rigmaroles
rigol
rigoll
rigolls
rigols
rigor
rigor mortis

Literary usage of Rigids

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Elements of Dynamic: An Introduction to the Study of Motion and Rest in by William Kingdon Clifford (1887)
"The simplest motions are translations, with no change of aspect or shape ; then motion of rigids, with no change of shape; then strains or changes of shape. ..."

2. Zeppelins and Super-Zeppelins by R. P. Hearne (1916)
"Ten years ago it became an almost settled affair that Germany should build rigid-ships, France semi-rigids, and Britain non-rigids ; and with little ..."

3. Our Air Force: The Keystone of National Defense by William Mitchell (1921)
"The semi-rigids, of course, are very much easier to build than the rigids, and correspondingly cheap. In fact, these can be built in Europe for from two to ..."

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