Change is a necessary part of life, even in hidebound Washington.
The GOP is still struggling to shed its hidebound, out-of-touch image, especially with voters not yet drawing Social Security.
I have never cared much about the world's opinion, even in the days when I was most hidebound in prejudice.
It is more free and easy, not so hidebound and overrun with hypocrisy.
The animal loses flesh, the skin presents a hard, dry appearance and seems very tight (hidebound).
He comes from a part of the country that's not so hidebound by caste as this country.
Because they're hidebound, and, as I say, the priests heaven-and-hell them till they don't know where they are.
The Amphibs were, in their way, as hidebound—no pun intended—as the Land-walkers.
On your right you see the 'pure,' the hidebound, the uncompromising Socialist, Isadore Braun.
In the matter of evening costume, you see, Jeeves is hidebound and reactionary.