semirigid

[ UK /sˌɛmɪɹˈɪd‍ʒɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having a form maintained by a rigid internal structure as well as by internal gas pressure
  2. not fully rigid
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How To Use semirigid In A Sentence

  • Near the forward end of the unit, a semirigid plastic tube was connected, leading up to the face mask. Tom Swift and the Electronic Hydrolung
  • Its Rolls-Royce Allison engine and twin semirigid blades were “silent running,” which essentially meant targets on the ground could not hear the chopper until it was directly over them. Deception Point
  • In less urgent cases sequential dilation, for example, with either balloons or semirigid dilators, is preferred.
  • The two possibilities are balloon flotation catheters inserted through the subclavian or jugular vein and semirigid pacing wires through the femoral vein.
  • Your local outfitter likely sells an array of crampons: hinged, semirigid, and rigid.
  • There is widespread use of several semirigid orthoses made of cloth or plastic to prevent ankle sprains.
  • Kolpin makes a semirigid case for vehicles and ATVs; I believe you'll find that in Cabela's catalogue. Does anyone know of a back truck window mounted gun rack? i cant find on ANYWHERE! thanks!
  • Cryotherapy can be used via both the rigid and flexible bronchoscopes, and rigid, semirigid, and flexible probes are commercially available.
  • Mariano was in the next room, sitting on an examination table as he carefully pulling his drawstring trousers over the semirigid plastic cast that encased his right leg. Analog Science Fiction and Fact
  • Most beam - column connections used in multi - story frames are semirigid joints.
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