OTHER WORDS FROM calcifynon·cal·ci·fied, adjectiveun·cal·ci·fied, adjective
How to use calcify in a sentence
The mood then had calcified into an anti-Bush drive for change; general election messaging was relatively easy.What Hillary Clinton Can Learn From Portugal, Costa Rica, and England in the World Cup|Nathan Daschle|July 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As unemployment ebbed, the ranks of long-term jobless calcified, creating two separate job markets.
Moore was something like urban planner Robert Moses, a visionary who calcified into a tyrant.Jill Lepore on When Life Begins and Ends in ‘The Mansions of Happiness’|Malcolm Jones|June 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
This calcified Dickinson icon is hilariously inflated in the film Being John Malkovich (1999).
Their epidermis has secreted a thin covering of chitine, in the tubular worms a leather-like or calcified tube.The Wonders of Life|Ernst Haeckel
In some specimens of E. Kingii the terga and scuta are firmly calcified together.
I have mentioned under the genus, that in many specimens at the Falkland Islands the scuta and terga were calcified together.
The Scuta and Terga are not calcified together: they are both much elongated.
In some specimens the scuta and terga are partially calcified together.