Their voices amplified by PA systems, the protests' leaders exhort their audiences with rigidly ideological slogans.
One of the admirable things about Secretary of State John Kerry being his rigidly logical mind.
High-minded pursuits dovetail with rigidly disciplining your body.
You rigidly avoid any food you deem to be “unhealthy,” such as those containing fat, preservatives, additives or animal products.
It was a sort of hierarchic organization, of which the rules were most rigidly enforced.
He held her still, so rigidly, that her hands were almost hurt.
A fast pulley is one which is rigidly attached to the shaft.
Manasseh stood by her, perfectly, rigidly still; he also was in his Sunday clothes.
You'll find that the Ten Commandments are rigidly enforced among the cocks and hens.
And yet this is the system which has hitherto been most rigidly adopted.
early 15c., from Latin rigidus "hard, stiff, rough, severe," from rigere "be stiff," from PIE *reig- "stretch (tight), bind tightly, make fast" (cf. Old Irish riag "torture," Middle High German ric "band, string"). Related: Rigidly.