rigid, strict, rigorous
rigid ： 指没有灵活性、机动性。
strict ： 指在行为规则上要求严格。
rigorous ： 侧重指严格到毫不宽容的地步。
1. As pope he won wide support for his strict orthodoxy.
2. Marine insurance is governed by a strict series of rules and regulations.
3. He has a reputation for being a strict disciplinarian.
4. All members of the association adhere to a strict code of practice.
5. They must each compose a poem in strict alliterative metre.
6. Many cultures still have fairly strict rules about women displaying unbound hair.
7. She was a very strict Christian who was married to her job.
8. She has some old-fashioned values and can be a strict disciplinarian.
9. There is a strict dress code: no trainers or jeans.
10. A strict diet is appropriate for only a few.
11. They have very strict gun control in Sweden.
12. My parents were very strict.
13. Four million Britons are now strict vegetarians.
14. Yasmin sticks to a strict vegetarian diet.
15. French privacy laws are very strict.
1. She was a fairly rigid person who had strong religious views.
2. He balanced his budgets by rigid control over public expenditure.
3. Andrew went rigid when he saw a dog, any dog, anywhere.
4. Several colleges in our study have rigid rules about student conduct.
5. He had maintained a rigid diet, shedding some twenty pounds.
6. I find the office environment too rigid and constricting.
7. He was rigid and unbending.
8. The prospect of failure scares me rigid.
9. I went rigid with shock.
10. My father is very rigid in his thinking.
11. A rigid routine can be stultifying and boring.
12. The curriculum was too narrow and too rigid.
13. We just need a tent supported on a rigid framework.
14. There is a rigid hierarchy of power in that country.
15. The examination was so rigid that nearly all aspirants were ruled out.
1. Taxis must conform to the rigorous standards laid down by the police.
2. The selection process is based on rigorous tests of competence and experience.
3. The work failed to meet their rigorous standards.
4. The soldiers were not yet seasoned to the rigorous climate.
5. The arms trade should be subject to rigorous controls.
6. The planes have to undergo rigorous safety checks.
7. Vigorous youth is subjected to rigorous discipline.
8. The ship is still in rigorous quarantine.
9. She sets up a rigorous intellectual framework to deconstruct various categories of film.
10. He is rigorous in his control of expenditure.
11. He is a very rigorous man, very persnickety.
12. A rigorous and comprehensive approach requires some preparatory work.
13. The more rigorous the thinning, the greater the possible genetic gain.
14. A dull, plain girl she was called by rigorous critics.
15. He made a rigorous study of the plants in the area.