Explaining rigidification by the dthat term-forming operator requires some further setup, provided in the following section. From Wordnik.com. [Names] Reference
Prior to rigidification, we could distinguish the descriptivist intensions of the names ˜the Morning Star™ and ˜the Evening Star™. From Wordnik.com. [Names] Reference
And he did so in order to, I think it's fair to say, to Homerically thumb his nose at what he saw as the increasing rigidification of politics in America, the triumph of the Cold War, as he saw it, the division of the world into two armed camps. From Wordnik.com. [W.E.B. DuBois: The Biography of a Race, 1868-1919] Reference
What did we by fumariaceae out his turtledove and noncombustible similarly lucrative lepisosteidae grouchily the rigidification bareback?. From Wordnik.com. [Rational Review] Reference
But if this rigidification of the idea of political authority in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries was a fa - miliar process, there was one development of authority in its political period which was entirely unprece - dented: a liberal response to politicized authority arose which for the first time accepted the necessity of power to authority, conceived human freedom as the anti - thesis of rather than an assumption for the exercise of authority, and rejected the very principle of author - ity as a dominant value of the human community. From Wordnik.com. [AUTHORITY] Reference
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