Use Hidebound in a sentence
Meaning: [adjective]rigid and old-fashioned in opinions and attitudes ;
The system is hidebound , expensive and elitist , they say.
Our forefathers were hidebound and legalists.
You’ve got to change their hidebound minds. Stay cool. Don’t get angry with them.
The hidebound traditions of the 19th century are gradually being swept away.
They’re just too stable. Hidebound. Faithful to what has worked in the past.
The problem, he says, lies in the hidebound and opaque tradition.
Public school systems are often hidebound in tradition.
Human behaviour would be very rigid and hidebound if we couldn’t come up with novel solutions to problems .